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Let it Go

This post would have been published earlier but I spent the last few hours listening to ‘Let it Go’ on repeat. If you keep up with this blog you’d know I haven’t been faring too well this semester with my studio project. Yesterday I had […]

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I’m Sorry I Lied

I posted a photo on Instagram with a new watch I got from Uncle Jack with the caption “Minimalism and simplicity… I’m currently writing my manifesto on this and it’s how I like my architecture. It also pushes into my life such as my desk […]

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Defeated Already

Yesterday was our mid-semester crit for studio and things didn’t go too well for me. I can’t recall anything positive said about my design, and rightly so as what I presented was fairly rubbish. Typically I do a play-by-play recount leading up to reviews but […]

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Not Just a Shed

Today is Fathers Day here in Australia, and I thought today would be a pretty applicable to talk about a project close to my heart. It isn’t some flashy big building or a studio project I went well in but rather it is a shed. […]

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The MSD Then and Now

Last week as part of a discussion in class we entered into a debate about the Melbourne School of Design building by John Wardle Architects, namely in the regards to ‘performance’. Performance can mean several things in architecture discussions, but it was regarding how the […]

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How to Be Like Bjarke Ingels

Yesterday I had a rather brutal crit, the tutor basically ripping into my work, the way I presented and my demeanour. To be fair, it was warranted as my level of enthusiasm towards the studio hasn’t exactly been high. My tutor told me to look at […]

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5 Best Things When Working for a Builder

I’ve been quite fortunate to have been employed in the building industry since my second year at TAFE, well with a couple brief stints of unemployment. I’ve worked with a precast concrete manufacturer, an architectural firm and a small commercial builder. Majority of employment however […]

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SuperStudio 2016

If you only had 24-hours to come up with a design, how would you spend those hours? SONA’s SuperStudio competition was on this weekend, where participants were given a brief at 7pm on Friday and they had 24 hours to dissect this brief, come up […]

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The Real Celebrities in Architecture

If I ask you what is the first thing you think of when I say the word ‘celebrity’, what would you be your answer? Brad Pit? Kim Kardashian? Johnny Depp? Ellen Degeneres? Will Smith? Or maybe you think of Frank Gehry? Bjarke Ingels? Zaha Hadid? When people […]

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