Interior and Spatial Design

From 4 November 2016

The three exhibitions span the breadth of work from students in the Bachelor of Design in Interior and Spatial Design, the first university program of its kind in Australia.

While interior design is an established profession, spatial design encompasses a range of connected practices that engage directly and creatively with space, from designing an exhibition to art directing a performance.

1st and 2nd Year

One night only
Friday 4th November
6:30pm – 8:30pm

Venue:
Faculty of Design Architecture and Building
702 Harris Street, Ultimo 2007
Level 7

3rd Year

Exhibition Opening:
Wednesday 16th November
6:00pm – 9:00pm

Exhibition Continues:
Thursday 17th November

Venue:
Ambush Gallery
Level 3, Central Park
28 Broadway 2007

See the work of our Visual Communication students in the same location. See more information about the Visual Communication show.

IKEA Foundation refugee shelter

Honours

Fracking Futures studio is conceived as an anti-thesis to shale oil drilling as a way to counteract the passage of the now human dominance over nature. The focus is to create alternative communal living, develop small scale enterprises through the processing of toxic waste from various manufacturing and mining industries, cultivate sustainable living and design strategies for public engagement. Student projects employ multi-scaled intersections on the now decommissioned and dead fossil fuel site of the Caltex Oil Refinery in Kurnell, Botany Bay.

Exhibition Opening:
Wednesday 23rd November
6:00pm – 10:30pm

Exhibition Continues:
Thursday 24th November
10:00am – 5:00pm

Venue:
Thinkingworks
120 Bourke St, Woolloomooloo 2011

Atelier Bow-Wow Tokyo

1st and 2nd Year

One night only

Friday 4 November, 6.30 – 8.30pm
UTS, Level 7, Building 6, 702 Harris Street, Ultimo

3rd Year

Opening night
Wednesday 16 November, 6:00pm-9:00pm

Exhibition continues
Thursday 17 November.

Ambush Gallery
Level 3, Central Park
28 Broadway 2007

HONOURS

Opening night
Wednesday 23rd November, 6:00pm-10:30pm
Thinkingworks – 120 Bourke St, Woolloomooloo

Exhibition continues
Thursday 24 November, 10:00am-5:00pm