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Architectural Exhibition, LOST Urban Propositions and Concepts, Sydney, 2020

Architectural Exhibition, LOST Urban Propositions and Concepts, Sydney, 2020

Make Models was fortunate enough to support numerous Sydney based Architects in their models exhibited at the LOST exhibition at the UTS Central exhibition space early this month, including:

  • -Wentworth Point, Dubach Block Jaggers, 2018
  • -Bandana, Barangaroo Pier Pavillion, Terroir, 2020
  • -Southern Highlands Botanic Gardens Visitor Centre, CHROFI , 2017
  • -Laurelbank Redevelopment, CHROFI, 2017,
  • -4-6 Bligh Street, Collins and Turner, 2019 
  • -Green Square Public School & community Centre, Collins and Turner, 2019

The Environment as The Third Teacher, Green Square Public School & community Centre, 2019, Collins and Turner

“LOST concepts and urban propositions make up a significant body of work for most Sydney studios of architecture. These concepts are often provocative, explorative and convincing, yet remain in the speculative. LOST is an exhibition that uncovers and explores a series of these concepts and propositions by a group of leading Sydney architectural studios. Displayed in the UTS Central Exhibition Space these concepts will be made visible to spectators within the campus and on Broadway, generating a conceptual dialogue between community and city. 

We acknowledge the lands on which these LOST propositions engage; Dharug Country, Cammeraygal Country, Gadigal Country, Gundungurra Country, Mouheneener Country, Ngunnawal Country and Wangal Country. We pay our respect to the Elders both past, present and emerging acknowledging them as the traditional custodians of these lands.

Co-curated by Richard Francis-Jones @fjmtstudio and Brooke Jackson @utsarchitecture 

Co-designed by James Perry @ejwop, Alicia Mccarthy and @studio__shu  

Featuring @angelo_candas @chrofi_architects @collinsandturner @durbachblockjaggers @fjmtstudio @neesonmurcuttneille @terroir_ @tribestudio_ “

Page credits from publication Lost: Urban Propositions & Concepts, 2021

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