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Lara discusses the Bupa aged care Baulkham Hills project and focuses on sustainability, designing a positive environment for the aged care sector and working with the landscape.
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Bookmarc plays magical doors at the Specircus event
Sam Hamawi and Daniel Valenzuela, along with Creighton Claiborne from HCDS attended last night’s Specircus event at Luna Park in Sydney.
The night was hosted by the wonderful team at Specix. The evening went off without a hitch, with hundreds of architects and designer’s from Sydney’s leading design and construction firms in attendance.
Bookmarc partnered with HCDS to play magical doors (see our grainy mobile phone snaps of our setup – we had 6 brightly coloured beautiful doors, including a little blue doggy swing door). There was one black top hat, exactly 40 keys – and just enough time to select 3 keys to open 2 doors. A lucky few architects were able to open all three doors, but there could only be one winner. The prize was a illuminated laser cut feature screen from HCDS and Sascha Grinbergs from Anthony Vavayis + Associates was the winner!
Thanks to all the suppliers, architects/designers and Specix, the sponsored charity Variety, was able to raise enough money to buy a TheraTog for a child in need. A great night and a great cause – apologies in advance for the grainy mobile phone snaps…professional photo’s will follow shortly.
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SLOPES Gallery Now Open!
SLOPES Gallery is now open on Smith Street!
Last night the SLOPES Gallery launched The Knock-off Show. This exhibition explores the post-modern art movement and in particular how artists appropriate, and gain inspiration from each other. Participating artists have been asked to appropriate or copy another artists work or art style for the exhibition. SLOPES Gallery is open from today until Saturday the 21st of December. The gallery will then re-open in February 2014.
The current exhibition features Australian artists including Mitch Cairns, Jon Campbell, Lou Hubbard, Diena Georgetti, Kez Hughes, Masato Takasaka, John Meade and Geoff Newton, along with Ella Sutherland from New Zealand and Italy’s Gabriele de Santis.
SLOPES Gallery is a non-profit venture and the gallery space has been provided by Melbourne based developers Neometro (who also run Open Journal). The gallery space is part of Neometro’s ongoing effort to utilise our urban construction sites before construction actually begins.
SLOPES Gallery is located at 9 Smith Street Fitzroy and will be open for twelve months.