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DCM: Land Art: Nine Small Buildings

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Friday May 17, 2013 at 9:00am  to Friday Jun 14 at 5:00pm

Wunderlich Gallery, Level 1, University of Melbourne
757 Swanstson Street (corner of Swantson and Grattan Streets)
Parkville,   Melbourne
Victoria,   Australia   jump to map


The ABP Alumni Survey Series presents
Denton Corker Marshall

This winter ABP plays host to an exciting exhibition which gives rare insight into the design process of architectural practice DENTON CORKER MARSHALL.

DENTON CORKER MARSHALL has practised internationally for decades. Works such as the Manchester Civil Justice Centre, Melbourne Museum and Australian embassies in Beijing, Tokyo and Jakarta demonstrate the practice’s significant contribution to the global architectural scene.

But, from time to time, the practice enjoys the opportunity to design houses, and this lesser-known story is showcased in this exhibition held at Melbourne University’s Wunderlich Gallery from May 17 to June 14 2013.

The DENTON CORKER MARSHALL – Land Art: Nine Small Buildings exhibition will feature photographs, sketches and models for seven residential houses and two small buildings – the Australia Pavilion for the Venice Biennale, Italy, and the Stonehenge Visitor Centre and Interpretation Museum, UK.

  • Phillip Island House (1990)
  • Sheep Farm House, Kyneton (1997)
  • Cape Schanck House (1999 main house, 2004 studio)
  • Medhurst House, Yarra Valley (2008)
  • Zinc House, Carlton (2010)
  • Tube House, Carlton (2007)
  • View Hill House, Yarra Valley (2011)
  • Stonehenge Visitor Centre, Wiltshire, UK (2014)
  • Australian Pavilion, Venice, Italy (2015)

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