Megan Baynes in conversation with Amy Muir

2016 National Emerging Architect Prize winner, Amy Muir, will be speaking in Hobart on the 6th February at the Tasmanian Chapter Australian Institute of Architects. Amy will be joined by Megan Baynes to discuss the theme DOING: To do Do or Not To Do? From 6pm at Tasmanian Chapter, Australian Institute of Architects, 1/19a Hunter Street. For bookings please see https://dynamic.architecture.com.au/eregister/?id=5507

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Apollo Bay House

Replete with devastating panoramas, Apollo Bay, on Bruny Island finds itself nonetheless exposed.  Winds buffet the angled terrain and so we devised a high walled courtyard to protect the inner workings of this home.  The house employs an inflected non-orthogonal plan where massive distorted trapezoidal stone walls encompass living spaces which are enriched by the resultant spatial complexity. A black …

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Living in the Landscape

Little Big House can be found within the pages of a new book by Anna Johnson and Richard Black. Published by Thames and Hudson ‘Living in the Landscape’ considers extraordinary rural houses in Australia and New Zealand. Showcasing the work of a number of architectural luminaries we are delighted to find ourselves featured.  For more go to: http://www.thamesandhudson.com/Living_in_the_Landscape/9780500500750

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Room 11 & Divisare

Lighthouse, GASP! and Little Big House have been included in the prestigious Divisare Atlas of Architecture. Showcasing excellent architecture from around the globe we are most pleased to be selected for inclusion. http://divisare.com/projects/335940-room11-ben-hosking-lighthouse https://divisare.com/projects/275215-room11-ben-hosking-gasp-glenorchy-australia https://divisare.com/projects/326118-room11-ben-hosking-little-big-house

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Room 11 & MONA

We are delighted to be working with MONA on our latest urban project:  Heavy Metals Lab. Won by invitational competition, this project involves the construction of a large submerged ring which moves hydraulically with the tide. Part Art, part spectacle and part scientific instrument the project offers a new mechanism for people to interact with and understand the Derwent River …

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MONA – GASP fun run!

8KM RUN MONA to MONA via GASP! 4KM RUN GASP! to MONA 4KM WALK GASP! to MONA FOLLOWED BY A FREE BREAKFAST AND ENTERTAINMENT AT MONA This year Glenorchy will again play host to the MONA GASP! Fun Run. Your chance to run through the cultural hub of Tasmania! The event will kick off at 8am on Sunday 20 March. The event offers an …

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Room11 Lecture – MADA

Aaron Roberts and Thomas Bailey presenting at Monash University. Wednesday 14 October @ 1.00pm (please note new start time) Lecture Theatre G1.04, MADA Monash Art Design & Architecture 900 Dandenong Road Caulfield East Victoria Free entry / all welcome

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Room11 & BMW

Room11’s Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park forms the backdrop for the promotion of the new 7 Series BMW “Precision and poetry: the design of the new BMW 7 Series”     High res capture

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Lookout House – DWELL magazine

As thrilling as travel may be, there’s nothing like returning to the familiar, private comfort of one’s own home. But what if you could enjoy the beauty of an exotic locale without ever leaving your living room? One aging husband and wife in Port Arthur, Tasmania, hold that rare privilege. Their recently constructed home, designed by Room 11 Architects, commands jaw-dropping …

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World’s top foodies treated to dinner at GASP

As part of a four-day culinary adventure across Australia, the world’s top Culinary experts finished on Friday night with a $1.5 million feast for 250 people at GASP and MONA.  Australian food celebrities included Matt Moran, Maggie Beer, Stephanie Alexander, Matt Preston, George Calombaris, Gary Mehigan, Jock Zonfrillo, Mark Olive,  Experts from the across the globe attended, included Alice Waters, Chef, Author, Proprietor – …

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Lt York – Apartments by Room11 now selling

Our latest project with Developer Zero Nine is now selling! For full details see ltyork.com.au Further info coming to our site soon.

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Blackburn show room – The Age

Whitehorse Road, Blackburn, is not only a busy thoroughfare, but also a strip burgeoning with signage. Literally each building is beckoning for attention, with advertisements competing for drivers’ attention. So when it came to developing a prominent corner site, the architects, Room 11, together with developers Zero Nine, took a different approach. Read the full article by Stephen Crafti here :  …

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Thomas Bailey – Architectural Walling Solutions in Concrete – CCAA

Architectural Walling Solutions in Concrete REGISTER HERE! Think you know all there is to know about concrete walling?   The Architectural Walling Solutions in Concrete seminar will surprise you, and at the same time, challenge the way you approach the task of designing, specifying and constructing concrete walls. You’ll come away with a new appreciation of what can be achieved with concrete.   Off-form …

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GASP STAGE 2 WINS NATIONAL AWARD FOR URBAN DESIGN

Jury citation GASP, the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park, is an evocative and memorable urban project. It includes a series of paths, bridges, buildings and landscapes that extend in an arc around Elwick Bay in Hobart, across the water from MONA. GASP Stage One received a National Award for Urban Design in 2013, and it is a great achievement for the subsequent stage to …

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Radio National – By Design

By Design’s Janne Ryan explores the recently opened GASP Stage 2 pavilion – including an interview with Architect Thomas Bailey and Project CEO Pippa Dickson. Listen here!

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Room11 @ M PAVILION – MTALKS / CATHEDRALS OF CULTURE

Tuesday 28 October 2014, 6.30pm-7.30pm Presented by DIS-cour.se, this discussion will look at the themes prevalent in the film Cathedrals of Culture—a screening collaboration between ACMI and MPavilion in November—and will deliberate on the narrative that is created by our interaction with spaces we know all too well. The twentieth-century German philosopher Walter Benjamin described the functioning of architecture as something that is consummated …

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AIA – NSW CHAPTER – Tuesdays@Tusculum

14 October 2014 – 6:00pm AARON ROBERTS (ROOM 11) / SHAUN CARTER (CARTER WILLIAMSON ARCHITECTS) In choosing a site, do you choose to celebrate, reject or blend in to its surrounds? In the beautiful yet harsh environment of natural and urban Australia this choice could dictate the survival of your building. Are we at the mercy of our site? Our buildings …

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Public lecture: Lens – Aaron Roberts

Wed 15th Oct 6:30pm – Sydney Aaron Roberts presents a discussion on the experiential qualities of architecture, its relationship to place and the underlying methodologies, intentions and outcomes of selected projects by Room11. Aaron Roberts is a founding Director of Room11 Architects. Room11 deliver projects across a wide range of typologies and scale, with a focus on architecture as means …

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M PAVILION – YOGA MEET WITH ROOM11 ARCHITECTS

Wednesday 10 December 2014, 8.00am-8.45am As part of the launch and program of the new M Pavilion –  Georgia Nowak brings the sermon! See here for details A designer and a yoga instructor collaborate on a structured lesson that takes us back to yoga’s Sanskrit roots—meaning ‘to combine’. Together, they create a morning wellness session reinforcing a positive design intention. …

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SITUATION

Room11 are pleases to announce our involvement in the RMIT Symposium and Exhibition  SITUATION.  We are working closely with artists Keith Deverell and Marcus Cook. The 7th IDEA international symposium hosted and convened by RMIT Interior Design. RMIT Design Hub, Melbourne, Australia 31 July to 3 August 2014 With Keynote Situators Ed Hollis & Bianca Hester Please come along friday night to …

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