Please join us for the upcoming public guest lecture by Sibling titled ‘Reality versus Render.’
SIBLING works at the intersection of architecture, urbanism, cultural analysis and graphic communication to produce new and unexpected spatial outcomes. Whether the outcome be a building, installation, urban strategy or event, SIBLING’s approach insists on intelligent forms while fostering a positive socially engaged agenda. SIBLING produces design from within a participatory and research based studio environment, merging our large-scale capabilities and experience with the adaptability, innovative culture and individual focus of a smaller practice.
The civic nature of SIBLING extends to members being regularly invited to lecture and teach at institutions as well as contributing to various design publications, including Volume, Pin Up magazine, Architecture Australia and Architecture Review Asia Pacific. SIBLING is a network of people who are all trained in architecture. Additional fields of expertise include landscape architecture, graphic design, cultural studies and commerce.
Friday 1st of April, 2016
The Science Building
The University Hall
The event is free and open to the public.