ON EXHIBITION @ the Centre Beaudesert

HOME: A Look at Sustainable Living

INNOVATION AND SUSTAINABLE LIVING LEADING TO A
HEALTHY AND HARMONIOUS COMMUNITY

8 SEPT - 13 DEC 2017

OPENING

Friday 8 September 2017,  6pm for 6.30pm
On the Couch: Conversation with Guest Curator Janene Gardner

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The Centre Beaudesert, 82 Brisbane Street, Beaudesert

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Tues-Fri 10am-4pm; Sat 10am-2pm.

Closed public holidays.

Home: a Look at Sustainable Living A design and architecture exhibition for built environment design that reflects the values of the Scenic Rim.

Incorporating:
DESIGN SOLUTIONS FOR SCENIC RIM
An Idea's exhibition by emerging Architects, Designers, Builders and Visionaries (open to entry from all interested participants, then juried to top 30 entries)  Guest Curator, Janene Gardner and Scenic Rim Regional Council invite emerging architects and designers to exhibit works that demonstrate sustainable design principles that link to the environment of the Scenic Rim.  Designs should consider our aspirations for a fulfilling community life that is vibrant, active and demonstrates connection to the location, the materials found here, the environmental conditions and reference to our shared history and future harmony. 
Expressions of interest Guidelines & Due Dates - download here  For more info, email janene.g@scenicrim.qld.gov.au    

TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY: a glimpse at works by Iconic Australian Architects
Established architects including Gabriel Poole exhibit some designs that have been recognised for their sustainable principles.

'BRIDGING THE DIVIDE'
Griffith University Architecture Students Tiny House project.

HERE & NOW
Unique and sustainable buildings completed within the Scenic Rim in the past 20 years. 

LOOKING BACK
Features great design ideas from our past.  Developed in collaboration with the Scenic Rim Heritage Network, Looking Back will showcase designs from our past that helped to shape our homes and lives pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial times.

LOOKING FORWARD
What might our homes, towns and villages look like tomorrow?  New ideas to save money and energy, and make the most of space and the environment around and inside our homes.  Looking Forward will feature public programs, workshops and events covering a range of sustainability and design topics such as recycling and up-cycling, use of new materials and methodologies.

 

web banner photography credits:

Simon Laws  Sky House.  Photography by John Mills
DM2 Architecture  Sky Lodges.  Photography by Scott Burrows
Gabriel Poole  Gartner House.