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NSW: At Home With the Architect Visits Balmain

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This months NSW At Home with the Architect, takes place on Sunday 25 June. Visit 'Screen House' designed by Carter Williamson Architects in Balmain.

The residential project comprising of alterations and additions to a weatherboard cottage, is named for its bespoke black perforated screens. These have been designed from a photographic image taken and loved by the clients.

The modest traditional street facade conceals a dramatic contemporary transformation to the interiors and rear outdoor spaces, that are designed to accommodate a growing family and facilitate a sense privacy for the inhabitants.

ABOUT CARTER WILLIAMSON 

Carter Williamson Architects is a small award winning architecture practice based in Summer Hill, established by Shaun Carter in 2004.

The practice works across a wide range of project types including, residential, commercial and retail spaces. They have also completed projects in the cultural sector - including photographic exhibitions, architectural festivals and set design, as well as the humanitarian fields through the design of sustainable flat-pack housing prototypes.

TOUR DETAILS

Location: Balmain, NSW
Please note that the address and meeting point will only be forwarded to ticket holders in the days immediately before the tour.
Time: 11.00am - 12.00pm
Date: Sunday 25 June 2017
Tickets: $30 (Early Bird) / $40 (Public) / $25 (AAA Members)

Don't miss your opportunity to meet the architects and experience this privately owned residence, numbers are limited. Book your place on the tour, click here.

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NSW: AAA Walks in the Australian Heritage Festival 2017

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In May the Australian Architecture Association will taking part in The Australian Heritage Festival, one of the nations biggest annual community-driven heritage festivals. This year the AAA will help festival participants to discover two hundred years of Sydney’s built history on the Walk Through Time tour. Join an Australian Architecture Association trained tour guide on Saturday 13 May or Wednesday 17 May, to discover how architecture has helped shape the landscape of the city.

Starting at one of the oldest remaining buildings of Sydney, Hyde Park Barracks, you will look at Sydney's humble start as a convict colony and how the architecture became more and more decorative during the Victorian period.

The 20th Century brought us influences from the overseas such as Beaux-Arts, Art Deco and modernism. We will show you post-war development of modernist thinking and the way post-modernism reacted against it. 

Looking at the Sydney Hilton and the Queen Victoria Building, you will discover how architects converted existing buildings and gave them a breath of new life.

Throughout the two hours, you will appreciate masterpieces of different architectural styles by different architects and witness how technological advances, economic and political forces shaped our city.

ABOUT THE AUSTRALIAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL

The Australian Heritage Festival 2017 was officially launched at Government House, Canberra on Tuesday 18 April. Organised by the Australian Government in association with the National Trust, the 2017 Australian Heritage Festival theme is 'Having a Voice' and recognises the many narratives that have shaped NSW.

NSW’s contribution to the festival sees over 500 events, 330 event organisers and up to 200,000 visitors each year attend the state’s celebration of heritage. Click here to check out the events taking place over the festival.

TOUR DETAILS:

Location: Meet at Hyde Park Barracks, in front of the main gate, 12 Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Time: 10.00am - 12.00pm
Dates:
Saturday 13 May 2017
Wednesday 17 May 2017
Tickets: $25 (Public) / $20 (Senoirs) / $15 (Students) / AAA Members Free

Don’t miss out click here to secure your place on the Saturday tour or click here to join the Wednesday tour.

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  • Article: Vanessa Couzens
  • Image: The Nightingale Wing of the Sydney Hospital - Australia's oldest hospital
  • Logo Source: The Australian Heritage Festival website

 

NSW: At Home With the Architect Visits Riverview

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This months NSW At Home with the Architect, takes place on Sunday 28 May. Visit 'Riverview House' a brick residence designed by Bennett and Trimble Architects for a young family.

Looking to create a home that connects spaces both visually and spatially, the architects designed the two storey residence around an internal courtyard. The internal spaces are orientated to capitalise on daylighting and the roof is deliberately angled to maximise access to the north.

ABOUT BENNETT AND TRIMBLE 

Bennett and Trimble is a small architecture and urban design practice based in Sydney. The partnership between Matthew Bennett and Marcus Trimble, established in 2009, undertakes work on a broad range of projects, from master planning through to alterations and additions.

Matthew and Marcus have been the recipients of prestigious scholarships, fellowships and design medals. Their designs have been published both nationally and internationally.

TOUR DETAILS

Location: Riverview, NSW
Please note that the address and meeting point will only be forwarded to ticket holders in the days immediately before the tour.
Time: 11.00am - 12.00pm
Date: Sunday 28 May 2017
Tickets: $30 (Early Bird) / $40 (Public) / $25 (AAA Members)

Don't miss your opportunity to meet the architects and experience this privately owned residence, numbers are limited.

Book your place on the tour, click here.

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NSW: Residential Bus Tour

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Book your tickets now for the AAA Residential Bus Tour taking place on Saturday 29 July. Discover some of the latest contemporary residential architecture in Sydney. Design practices showcasing their latest projects include Carter Williamson ArchitectsMark Szczerbicki Design Studio, Bijl Architecture and Bennett & Trimble Architects .

This is an all day bus tour with lunch provided and is a great way to learn first hand the different ways houses are designed and constructed.

TOUR DETAILS:

Date: Saturday 29 July 2017
Time: 9.30am - 5.30pm
Tickets: $195 (public) / $175 (AAA Members)

Tickets will sell out fast, so book now to learn how the designs evolved and be inspired!

Click here to secure your place on the tour.

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