Emerging Talent, Emerging Technologies: Students Exhibition
2nd International Architecture Biennale, Beijing, 2006
RMIT Curator: Paul Minfie, RMIT Architecture – Advanced Architecture Laboratory
Australian Curator: Tom Kovac, RMIT Architecture Adjunct Professor
Biennale Curator: Neil Leach
Emerging Talent, Emerging Technologies
Exhibiting RMIT Architecture Students:
Jonathan Podborsek, Paul Nicholas, Steven Swain, Mike White, Alvin Low, Luke Waldrin, Bertrand Lai, Farzin Lotfi-Jam and exchange student Eric Warner
RMIT Architecture was invited to exhibit in the Students Exhibition of the 2nd International Architecture Biennle, Beijing, 2006. The Architecture Schools Exhibition profiles the leading schools of architecture in the world, and included Harvard University, Yale University, The Architectural Association, London, ETH Zurich, Sci-Arch, Los Angeles, and RMIT, Melbourne.
Paul Minifie, the RMIT Architecture curator has selected recent undergraduate final year design thesis projects from the Advanced Architecture Laboratory and the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL) streams that are characteristic of the focus and mix of approaches to emerging digital design technologies within the RMIT Architecture Program.
Paul Minifie is the coordinator of the Advanced Architecture Laboratory, an RMIT Architecture research and teaching stream. He is Principle of the practice Minifie Nixon Architects with Fiona Nixon. He is affiliated with the new Design@RMIT Research Institute.
Top Left and Right: Paul Nicholas, Hotel de Ville. Supervisor: Mark Burry (SIAL)
Upper Middle left: Jonothan Podborsek, Highly Evolved. Supervisor: Paul Minifie (AAL)
Lower Middle Left and Right: Mike White, Voided Monolith. Supervisor: Paul Minifie (AAL)
Bottom: Steven Swain, Residential Cathedral. Supervisors: Jane Burry & Andrew Maher (SIAL)
RMIT Architecture, Melbourne
Harvard University, USA
Yale University, USA
Architectural Association (AA), London, UK
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, USA