Monthly Archives: May 2011

Anthony Gill – Hospitality Design and Detail

Young partitioning architect Anthony Gill, presented the last talk for the Interior Spatial Design Lecture Series. Gill’s Sydney-based firm, Anthony Gill Architects, was established in 2007 and consists of himself and two others. The firm works on residential, hospitality, retail … Continue reading

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Dust Reversals– dusting, vacuum cleaners, (war) machines and the disappearance of the interior.

In the seventh week of the Interior and Spatial Design Lecture Series, Teresa Stoppani presented a lecture on the idea of Dust as a medium. Stoppani is the senior lecturer at the School of Architecture and Construction of the University … Continue reading

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The Ecology of Occupation

Michael Trudgeon is an industrial designer, media designer, architect and lecturer at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), presented the sixth Interior and Spatial Design lecture. Trudgeon is the co-founder and principal designer of Crowd Productions, a trans-disciplinary network … Continue reading

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