In an interlude between lectures at the 2011 student congress in Adelaide, Gerard Reinmuth talks to Timothy Moore about his current practice in Sydney, the strategic design of a university studio, and competitions in Denmark.

For architects to have agency in the world today, they must use their spatial intelligence to shift beyond the parameters of what the profession expects. Gerard Reinmuth is one such architect. As a practitioner in the networked office of Terroir, and as professor of practice at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), he actively seeks various avenues for production, from the projective role of education to the autonomous action of the architect.

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A Terroir masterplan in Denmark.