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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Juhani Pallasmaa visits GASP

A recent trip to the state for the Tasmanian Architectural Narratives Workshop, allowed Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa, author of ‘The Eyes of the Skin – Architecture and the Senses‘, to visit the Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park with Thomas Bailey. Room11’s Thomas Bailey and Megan Baynes were guest speakers at the event alongside Dr Carmen Fiol-Costa, Richard Leplastrier, John Wardle, Craig Rosevear & Juhani Pallasmaa – a full …

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Lighthouse complete

Happy to be moving in – A crisp, humble courtyard house in an urban sea. More here

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2014 Tasmanian Architecture Awards

Following on from a successful Stage 01, which received an Award for Urban Design at both the Tasmanian and National Architecture Awards in 2013, GASP! Stage 02 “was lauded by the jury as a focal point around which to build community pride and collective memory, receiving the 2014 Dirk Bolt Award for Urban Design.” Room11 are excited to be heading …

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ACCA – ICON series

Director of Room11, Aaron Roberts to give lecture at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art’s highly acclaimed lecture series of art history in free-fall. Enlivening iconic works of art and design. ICONS LECTURE SERIES COMMENCING MONDAY 28 JULY Presented by guest speakers Annemarie Kiely, Melbourne Editor Vogue Living, Anthony White, Senior Lecturer University of Melbourne, Helen Hughes, Editor Discipline Magazine and Aaron Roberts, Director Room11 Architects, …

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domus – Best of #pavilions

“With the approach of the Venice Biennale and of Milan Expo 2015 the theme of the pavilion returns topical. Many architectural types fall into this category: from educational space to architectural folly, from bar to belvedere. Among the best known in the world there is the temporary Pavilion outside the entrance to the Serpentine Gallery in Kensington Gardens. Designed by …

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Room11 shortlisted for Victorian Architecture Awards

Royal Wolf Victorian HQ shortlisted for the 2014 Victorian Architecture Awards within the Commercial Architecture and the COLORBOND® Award for Steel Architecture categories.    

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dwell – Our first US cover

GASP features on the cover of the May issue of American architecture journal dwell “This week we journey to Tasmania, where we show you Australian firm Room11’s viewing platform that ‘manipulates human perception.’”

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Artist studio – under construction

Artist Studio in Franklin, Tasmania. Glazing being installed. Rory from South Coast Builders doing a great job.

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Room11 on cover of Architecture Australia

Review : Aaron Peters, Paul Owen “In Room11’s contribution to the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park in Tasmania, saturated hues and formal restraint orchestrate dramatic views of the surrounding landscape.”

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Room11 Profile – HOUSES : 96

Room11 profiled in HOUSES issue 96 with five projects featured.

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Lookout House – Green Magazine

Lookout House featured in this month’s Green Magazine

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Room11 win National Award for Urban Design

Gasp stage 1 has won an Australian Institute of Architects National Award for Urban Design 2013. Jury citation In a simple but powerful gesture, GASP inscribes an arc around Elwick Bay on Hobart’s Derwent River. This arc becomes a delightful walkway that offers shifting spatial experiences and environmental conditions along its length – one walks within the reeds, along the edge of …

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fantástico!! DOMUS

GASP! Stage Two, designed by Room 11, is the penultimate gesture of the Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park. Colour and architecture have been used as a vehicle for re-evaluation and re-appreciation of place, creating unity between the bay and the experience.   See it online here

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Room11 on DEZEEN

GASP! appears on one of our favourite design blogs – DEZEEN – view here

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Room11 win State CCAA Public Domain Award for GASP! stage 2

The biennial awards prgram from the Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) recognize innovative and exciting applications of concrete to enhance the public domain in projects Australia-wide. GASP! stage 2 has won the 2013 State award for Tasmania. Jury: This year’s distinguished panel is chaired by Professor Gini Lee, the Elizabeth Murdoch Chair of Landscape Architecture at the University of Melbourne. …

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NAM – NEW ARCHITECTS MELBOURNE @ ROOM11

We enjoyed hosting NAM in November – Thanks to organisers Eugenia Tan, Andy Yu and Meron Tierney  + fellow presenters Branch Studio, Molecule, Fold Theory, and Nils Koenning be sure to check out the next NAM event!   Event photos: Emilia Fabris Sophie Weber Gretel Stent

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Room11 on Wallpaper

Once quaint Hobart has been recast as a small but modern city in the past two years. GASP 2 (Glenorchy Art & Sculpture Park Stage 2) responds both to the surrounding waterside landscape and a newfound sophistication in the city – sparked by the creation of MONA, a privately owned, A$80 million museum that has attracted art-savvy tourism. Local firm …

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Room11 / GASP – Amongst best new Architectural tourist locations – The Age

Build it and they will come. Or will they? Belinda Jackson rounds up the best newcomers on the architecture scene. “Could you visit Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower? Or miss the Blue Mosque when in Istanbul? The Tower Bridge is a London essential and Cairo’s pyramids are possibly the oldest tourist site on the map. But tell friends you’re …

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MONAO – Month of new and old

During November, Room11 are updating our website each day with new and old projects. Drop by and see the updates.

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