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Graduate Exhibition, Master of Architecture, University of Queensland

FRI 13 DECEMBER, 2013–SUN 05 JANUARY, 2014

Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse

This exhibition will feature the work of the graduates of 2013 in the Master of Architecture program at the School of Architecture, University of Queensland.

The graduating cohort is divided into three design studios;

BUILDING TYPE-SITES: Architecture as Museography lead by Luis Feduchi
BRISBANE INFRASTRUCTURAL AGENCIES: Architecture as transcription lead by Antonio Sanmartin

About the Show

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