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Summer Lovin’: Geoff Summerhayes bike tour By Bike Jam

Where: Start/Finish at UWA (route map to be provided)
When: Sun May 11 
Time: 9.30am – 2pm
Cost: Free

We have now reached capacity!

Visit the seminal works of one of Western Australia’s most important architectural families and other treasures within the lush western suburbs of Nedlands, Dalkeith and Peppermint Grove. This guided bike tour promises to be fun and informative with equal portions of sweat, buildings and beverages.

Places limited so get in early! To register, email cogs@bikejam.net with Summer Lovin’ in the subject line, plus full names and delegate registration number in the body of the email.

Don’t have any wheels? Bike hire can be arranged through About Bike Hire, Cycle Centre or Gecko Bike Hire.

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Making us: old knowledge and new knowledge, our knowledge

by Noongar representative Barry Maguire & The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (WA Chapter)

Where:    Kings Park, Fraser Avenue, West Perth

When:     Sun 11 May, 10am – 12noon

Cost:        $65 (includes BBQ lunch)

Join Noongar representative Barry Maguire for an insightful journey across central Perth from the vantage point of Goonininup (Kings Park), a very important law place for both men and women in Noongar culture. Barry will lead a walk along the escarpment sharing Noongar heritage and language, highlighting special places and connections and finishing up for a casual BBQ lunch. Each participant will receive a moleskin journal to record their experience.

This is a child friendly event.

To register: aila.org.au/pay or contact wa@aila.org.au


 

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SONA Hangover Breakfast

Where: Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland, 360 Murray Street Perth
When:
Sunday 11 May 10am -12noon
Cost:
$10 SONA members, $20 Non members

Come and enjoy breakfast at one of Perth’s premier architecture firms post making: 2014! Please join us at Cox Howlett & Bailey Woodland for breakfast where you can reflect on the previous day’s events. Registered participants will take part in a mini design competition – the prize – a ticket and flights to next year’s Student Architecture Congress People in Melbourne. Please note that limited tickets are available so get in early to register for your hangover breakfast and chance to win return flights and a ticket to People!

To register click here

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Open House Perth presents Many 6160

Where: Old Myer Building, 2 Newman Court, Fremantle
When:
Sun 11 May 1pm – 1.40pm (tour 1)
Sun 11 May 2pm – 2.40pm (tour 2)
Sun 11 May 3pm – 3.40pm (tour 3)
Cost: $16.50
Capacity: 30

A temporary encampment inside 20,000m2 of vacated department store. Many 6160 is a place of curated, high-end, supportive, complimentary and quality operators working towards a common goal of a vibrant Freo. Including a retail space, production floor and roof top – this is what short term place activation look like. Another ingenious project by Post-Architecture and Spacemarket – it’s not to be missed. Read more

Please note online registrations for this tour has now closed. Please email info@openhouseperth.net to see if there are spots still available, or if you have any queries about this tour.

Open House Perth Presents Many 6160

Open House Perth presents State Theatre Centre

Where: State Theatre Centre, Front Entrance, Corner of William and Roe Streets, Perth
When:
Sun 11 May 1.30pm – 2.10pm (tour 1)
and
Sun 11 May 2.15pm – 2.55pm (tour 2)
Cost: $16.50
Capacity: 25 per tour

The State Theatre Centre of Western Australia features the Heath Ledger Theatre and the flexible performance space Studio Underground. Also included in the centre is the Courtyard, a multi-purpose outdoor events space, two rehearsal rooms and two flexible–use private suites

Designed by award-winning Kerry Hill Architects, the design delivers a building that not only provides a functional and inspiring venue for performers and their audiences, but is also a defining architectural landmark. Read more

Please note online registrations for this tour has now closed. Please email info@openhouseperth.net to see if there are spots still available, or if you have any queries about this tour.

Open House Perth Presents State Theatre Centre

@ SCALE exhibition

Where: QV1 Foyer, 250 St Georges Terrace, Perth
When: Mon 5 May – Fri 16 May
Opening event Wed 7 May, 6pm – 8pm
Cost:
Free (RSVP for opening event by 5 May)

On public display at QV1 Perth, this exhibition will feature established and emerging Australian designers working across multiple creative fields of urban design, architecture, visual arts, furniture and object design.

@ SCALE presents questions on how designers pursue common themes or ideas through scale, translating the experience of the intimate through to the experience of the vast. How consistent is the process in designing objects of various magnitudes through the making of scaled or real size models, maquettes or prototypes? This exploration is famously depicted by Ray and Charles Eames in their seminal film the Powers of Ten, conceptualising this adventure in magnitudes, depicting the relative scale of the environment in which we work.

To RSVP contact makingfun.scale@gmail.com

Proudly supported by COX, FORM Homes, QV1, HASSELL, Morley Davis Architects, Mark Aronson Architecture, Wood & Grieve Engineers, Dexion, Dulux, Site Architecture Studio, Brendan Jurich Designer Maker, Polyflor and Laminex.

 

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