Thursday 26th July
Exhibition opening and drinks 6-8pm
UTS, School of Architecture Fabrication warehouse.
50 Kensington Street, Chippendale.
Sydney South Central has been a 26day intensive UTS School of Architecture, Masters of Architecture design studio held in partnership with the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority and funded by the UTS Deputy Vice Chancellor Resources, Patrick Woods.
Its remit has been to look for new spatial opportunities arising out of urban transformations in the Ultimo precinct. Focus of its research has been three main spatial questions: What is the size of the urban quarter that the Ultimo Pedestrian Network (UPN) forms the spine of; what are the new interior spatial opportunities arising along the UPN for stakeholders; what kind of temporal events might begin to animate the new public spaces being created in and around the precinct.
Tutors Tarsha Finney, Professor Richard Goodwin, Matt Chan, David Neustein, Marisa Yiu and Billy Feuerman along with local stakeholders have worked with 28 students to produce a range of responses, proposals and multi-scalar reimaginations of the precinct that are contradictory, non-linea in narrative, and dynamic.
For more details of studio content and process see here
Please join us for an edited highlights stakeholder briefing of outcomes and a drink to celebrate all of the work.