Deakin University’s School of Architecture and Built Environment’s annual student exhibition showcases outstanding work from architecture and landscape architecture students; at both an undergraduate and master degree level.
The exhibition suggests that the built environment’s inescapable and undeniable public responsibilities are not established by authorship, rather, they are concretised and realised through the intentions and subsequent successes of the work.
A field of drawings, models and folios will be exhibited in a manner that highlights the diversity of positions on architecture that the students embed in the projects and the propositional value that is generated through the collective presentation of these projects.
It is appropriate that the exhibition occupies the public atrium of Federation Square for the third time during Melbourne Cup week as the exhibition seeks to demonstrate that architecture’s responsibilities to the public realm are larger than Space and more durable than Paper.
The exhibition is open to the public; school and industry group guided tours can be arranged.