Open Agenda Exhibition – begins 19th October 2011
Join us for the opening of the exhibition at Customs House as part of Sydney Architecture Festival.
The exhibition features three 2011 winning proposals by Rory Hyde (RMIT, 2005), Nick Sargent and Mark Leong (Victoria University, Wellington 2005), Daniel Fink (USYD, 2009)
Now in its second year, Open Agenda is an annual competition aimed at supporting a new generation of experimental architecture. Open to recent graduates, Open Agenda is focused on developing the possibilities of design research in architecture and the built environment.
An initiative of the School of Architecture at UTS, this national competition is intentionally broad in its scope, and dedicated to fostering new discussions on architecture in the public realm.
Customs House, City of Sydney
19 October 2011 – 20 January 2012
Opening Night: 6:30pm, 19th October 2011, Customs House
Image credit: Rory Hyde
The 2010 ‘Open Agenda’ Research Architecture Publication features:
- Foreword: “Speculative Architecture: Recovering a Value Proposition” by Anthony Burke
- Introduction: “Being on (the) line” by Andrew Benjamin
- Three winning projects by James Gardiner, Byron Kinnaird & Barnaby Bennett, Dave Pigram & Iain Maxwell
On Sale – $15 AUD on the night – Wednesday, 19th October 2011, as part of the opening night.
Image: Open Agenda Publication