A Small Exhibition is curated by panovscott Architects and brought to you by the University of Sydney, School of Architecture Design and Planning in the Tin Sheds Gallery between 10 August and 15 September.
The exhibition is the gathering of 20 projects made in the last few years by local architecture practices, or by practices working locally, at a small scale. Each project is residential in nature and comes about as a result of the transformation of an existing space, or place. In each instance the result has been a radical increase in the amenity enjoyed by the inhabitants within a tiny footprint, literally, economically & environmentally.
For us, these projects clearly demonstrate innovation in how we can live more efficiently with higher amenity. Or put in other terms, how we can enjoy life more with less, which in turn is a more responsible attitude to those around us and to future generations.
Contributors include: Nicholas Gurney, Anthony Gill, Retallack Thompson, Ian Moore, Takt, Stephen Collier, Alexander Symes, Archer Office, Silvester Fuller, panovscott, Trias, Drew Heath, Durbach Block Jaggers, Breathe Architecture, Casey Brown, Architect Prineas, Welsh Major, Peter Stutchbury, Tribe Studio and Brad Swartz.
There will be more details to follow shortly.
panovscott - A Small Exhibition.