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Linear Formations

Linear Formations is a series of timber pavilions located in the sculpture courtyard of the UTS Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building. The structures were built annually between 2019 and 2021.
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Merindah Park House

This owner-built farmhouse in Bellawongarah, on the tablelands above Kangaroo Valley, takes cues from traditional rural building materials and forms.
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Flex Maps 2

Flex Maps 2 uses the shared ground of design, geometric processing, simulation and digital fabrication to demonstrate a sustainable and decarbonised building culture- all using Australian timber.
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Point Lonsdale Surf Club

Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club is a beloved public asset, having served the community for 70+ years. With the existing clubhouse no longer fit-for-purpose, a new two-storey building was urgently needed.
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The Hütt 01 PassivHaus

The Hütt 01 PassivHaus is an inspiring contemporary home, balancing retro aesthetics with contemporary timber construction.
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Interchange Pavilion

‘Interchange Pavilion’ is a literal and metaphorical crossing of paths, inspired by the ‘railroad switch’, which nods to the site's history as a rail yard.
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Nunawading Community Hub

Nunawading Community Hub is a multi-functional community and sports precinct housed under an impressive timber truss roof, spanning 23 metres.
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South Arm Bridge, Brunswick Heads

An existing landmark bridge in the coastal tourist hub of Brunswick Heads has been upgraded from a 10 tonne to a 44 tonne load limit using a combination of restored and new timber members.
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Suspended Remnants

A collaboration between two university architecture and engineering departments exemplifies a potential use for short structural timber lengths, deemed unusable for typical construction.
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NIOA Brisbane Office Expansion

A curtain wall with an expressed pine structure provides a unique and innovative facade for the extension of the NIOA office building in Brisbane.

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