From form to formless
Australia hasn’t always shown much interest in shouting about its most cutting-edge residential architecture. But Patrick Keane – a young Australian architect himself – is putting that to rights. He’s been hunting and gathering lesser-known or entirely unfamiliar gems from the past five decades and with photographer friends Brett Boardman and Byron Keane has been capturing his findings.
Keane's hoard comprises delights from eight of Australia’s most experimental designers: Hugh Buhrich, Durbach Block Jaggers Architects in association with Peter Colquhoun, LAVA, Harry Seidler, and Associates, Stan Symonds, and Keane’s own practice Enter Architecture. The upshot is From Form to Formless, the exhibition Keane has curated at Sydney’s Customs House, which runs till 17 October.
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Location: Custom House, Sydney Purpose: Exhibitionl Size: 450 sqm/ space 250 sqm Completion: June 2008