See past exhibitions that have inspired imagination and critical dialogue about our surroundings.
'Robots in Architecture 2016 – Developing the Future' presents the latest developments in robotic work processes and material investigations.
'Portraits of Practice' portrays the minutiae of an ordinary day in the life of a (woman) architect.
Artist and photographer Michael Wolf exhibits the works from two previous collections, Architecture of Density and 100 x 100 in 'Hong Kong Inside Outside'.
'Departures' depicts frank and genuine observations of a foreign country framed through the eyes of a student.
Staged at the Tin Sheds Gallery, 'Venice | Yarrabah' showcases the depth and breadth of our students’ postgraduate experience.
'Unfinished', an exhibition which saw the Spanish Pavilion take out the prestigious Golden Lion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale, is open at the Tin Sheds Gallery.
'Designing Affordability: Quicker, Smarter, More Efficient Housing Now' presents case studies from Australia and around the world that address ways of reducing costs without compromising design quality.
'Vacancy/No Vacancy?', Urban Islands 2006 – 2016 presents a collaboration of work from Urban Islands guests.
'Ochre Spinifex & Foil' presents new pathways in Australian design knowledge arising from the two-way exchange of Indigenous and non-Indigenous science.
A multiplicity of voices is the defining feature of architecture today. Never before have there been so many distinctive and original visions. The time is right to raise the inevitable questions:
Architectural photographer Erieta Attali exhibits a series of photographs that document two famous projects by renowned Japanese architect Kengo Kuma in 'Archiving Seasons of Light'.
Can a foyer have the intimacy of a living room? How might a house have the civic atmosphere of a university hall? 'Coincidences' interrogates the boundaries between public and private spaces.
'A small exhibition' provides an answer to the deceptively simple question; how could we live better?