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2014 Sydney Architecture Festival closes

For 10 days in November - from the Man O’ War Steps at Sydney Opera House, to Sydney’s heart of Parramatta – we continue to explore the architecture of our great city through exhibitions, installations, kid’s activities, forums, talks and tours.

Thank you to the more than 3,000 people who got involved in this year’s Sydney Architecture Festival. Thanks to some of you who liked, followed or retweeted one of the 30+ different events along the way – helping to take architecture out of the boardrooms and studios, to those who experience it first hand.

And while the Festival may have ended, the conversations and ideas haven’t. Stay in touch with those we met and worked with, follow progress on projects they spoke of and get involved through your local community, council or with architects in your local area. Follow @ArchInsights or @ArchitectureNSW throughout the year. We’ll be posting images in coming days from the highlights of this year’s festival.  

Thank you to our event, media and venue supporters, our festival photographer, Stephen Pierce and army of wonderful volunteers.

 

Thanks to QT Hotels and Resorts

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Many thanks to QT Hotels and Resorts for their support of the Covert Connections Tour last night.  Our winners Andrew Kagis and Simon Manners were absolutely delighted with their vouchers for prizes for the beautiful Attura Blacktown and QT Sydney.

 

Photos:  Top left, Andrew Kagis; Top right, Simon Manners.  Photographer  Stephen Pierce

 

SAF Photo Gallery

SAF event photos uploaded ... Festival Launch at Bennelong, Bridge Ahoy, Covert Connections and more.

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Growing Greater Sydney - Video released

The keynote event of the 2014 Sydney Architecture Festival is Growing a Greater Sydney - Connecting People and Places

The SAF Colloquium brings together policy makers, architects, urban designers and government to consider the themes of Growing, Connecting and Improving. Watch this video to find out more.

The Colloquium comes at an opportune time for Sydney as it continues to grow. Government is investing in significant infrastructure; heavy and light rail, roads and a new airport. UrbanGrowth NSW, the government's urban delivery agency, is planning and delivering major precincts.  Recognising the importance of bringing all of this together to create a better, as well as bigger Sydney, a Greater Sydney Commission is being planned by Government. 

 

Tickets now available for Our Houses

Peter Stutchbury of Peter Stutchbury Architecture and Graham Nottle of Arkhefield are announced as speakers for Our Houses on Sunday 9 November at The Mint.

Tickets are now available for purchase ... don't miss out:

Click here for bookings

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Expanded Architecture: Artists and Architects announced

Lindsay_Webb__Amanda_Cole_imageExpanded Architecture has just announced the following artists and architects will be creating site specific works for Temporal Formal at Seidler City:

Ainslie Murray; Bellemo & Cat  Campbell Drake; Karen Cummings & Elizabeth Drake; Cottage Industries; Eduardo Kairuz; Francis Kenna; Kate Dunn & Phillip Gough; Lindsay Webb & Amanda Cole; Nina & Elena Tory-Henderson; Ryuichi Fujimura & Kate Sherman and Tina Fox.

 

 

Image:  You are Hear - Lindsay Webb and Amanda Cole

 

 

 

 

 

Sydney Open Launched

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Sydney Open, a much loved Sydney Architecture Festival event was launched this morning at the Queen Victoria Building.  

Don't miss a wonderful opportunity on Sunday 2 November 2014 to explore, learn and discover hidden architectural gems.  

Click here for bookings

 

 

  Image:  Mark Goggin, Director Sydney Living Museums, photographer Tim Horton

 

Growing Greater Sydney - Speakers Announced

A strong line up of speakers has just been announced for the Festival keynote event Growing Greater Sydney - Connecting People and Places. Lucy Turnbull, David Pitchford, Greg Pasquarelli, David Borger, Peter Poulet, Rod Simpson, Bob Meyer, David Holm and Philip Graus will speak at this public forum and think-tank at Parramatta's Riverside Theatre on Friday 7 November.
 

SAF Program

The 2014 Sydney Architecture Program will be announced soon.
 

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