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Over the weekend John invited us to his place. We wondered if there might be wine and cheese, but found what had started as a modest renovation and refurbishment has become a total reconfiguration and opportunity for testing and experimentation at every turn. Plenty of mental note taking was taking place. 📷 @interiorlux & @ab.pdf
The Ian Potter Southbank Centre is shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival. The new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music celebrates the activities of music rehearsal and practice – a green room for Melbourne's arts precinct. ⠀ .⠀ @vca_mcm @unimelb #waf19 #education #music 📷 @trevormein
Marchwiel Estate is shortlisted in the World Architecture Festival. This project will combine sensitively designed structures set around an historic homestead, to create a distinctively rural Tasmanian resort experience. Wonderful acknowledgement of our work and the vision of our clients Kirsha Kaechele and David Walsh @monamuseum #resort #waf19
Cryptic moments on site at Phoenix Gallery in Sydney. ⠀ ⠀ 📷 @er_meijo⠀ ⠀ @durbachblockjaggers @fdc_group @ttwengineers @whitehotrabbit @krausebricks
Marvelling at the cityscape of Dubai, where the 2019 AIA International Chapter Awards were held over the weekend.⠀ ⠀ We are excited to be taking home the Small Project Architecture Award for Somewhere Other which exhibited at the Venice Biennale Architettura 2018. ⠀ ⠀ Somewhere Other is currently being displayed at NGV Australia until 28th July.⠀ ⠀ Pictured:⠀ Annelise Tiller - International Chapter Member and Jury Chair⠀ Alan Ting - JWA⠀ Natalie Ward - Kerry Hill Architects ⠀ Suzanne Ogge - @studiomilou⠀ Samantha Cotterell - International Chapter Chair
Have a sneak peek into the Ian Potter Southbank Centre at Open House Melbourne weekend on the 27th & 28th July. Tours will be running throughout the building, offering a glimpse into the inner realm of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music. Musical performances & screenings will be on show, and on-the-hour demonstrations of the Oculus window in action. Visit the link in bio for more details. ⠀ @unimelb @vca_mcm @openhousemelb #openhousemelbourne #opencity19
John Wardle Architects is delighted to announce 10 new appointments. In a year of significant success and growth, the appointments reflect our commitment to collective leadership and diversity.⠀ .⠀ Swipe through and see the link in our bio for more.⠀ .⠀ L-R: Principal: Mathew van Kooy, James Loder - Senior Associate: Amanda Moore - Associate: Ingrid Schreiber-France, Akshay Rajan, Meron Tierney, Alexandra Morrison, Ariani Anwar, Megan Darbyshire & Charlotte Churchill.⠀ . ⠀ 📷 @interiorlux
A critical stage of the Northern Transformation Project was unveiled today with the launch of the University of Tasmania Inveresk Precinct Plan. For Principals John Wardle and Jane Williams, the history of the site has provided a powerful source of inspiration, as has the University’s vision to create a campus that revitalises Launceston and its region. The design developed in partnership with @1plus2architecture has been driven by a sense of discovery and the excitement of remapping a historically significant part of the city to create an utterly contemporary learning environment.
900 Ann St wins the Karl Langer Award for Urban Design at the Queensland AIA Chapter Awards!⠀ The jury described the project as delivering a simple yet considered urban design response to the city fabric that transforms a neglected collection of buildings into a revitalised precinct. 900 Ann St skilfully mediates between old and new, offering a contemporary gesture to the scale, form and materiality of the heritage Church buildings. 📷@christopherfrederickjones
It was wonderful to see the exquisite setting for ‘Eat the Problem’ a crazy, exuberant show, feast and performance by @kirshakaechele for #darkmofo – John
The new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music is open! See a short video at the link in our bio about how The Ian Potter Southbank Centre celebrates and reveals the activities of music rehearsal and practice.
It was an honour to have the Ian Potter Southbank Centre officially launched with a deeply moving Smoking Ceremony and Welcome to Country. ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ The ceremonies were led by Parbin-ata Carolyn Briggs and the head of the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development Tiriki Onus, featuring Ngargee Mur Min Bik Yan Yan dancers. 📷 Stephen McCallum