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(20. ágúst 2014 – fyrirlestrar)

Bark arkitektar í Queensland í Ástralíu eru væntanlegir til Íslands í September og munu halda opinn almennan fyrirlestur um verk sín í Ástralíu fimmtudaginn 11. september nk. klukkan 12.10 – 13.00 í Listaháskóla Íslands, fyrirlestrarsal A í Þverholti 11.

Bark

Australia’s Bark Design Architects based in Queensland, is led by directors Lindy Atkin and Stephen Guthrie.

Since 1997, Bark’s design sensibility has been exploring ‘spirit of place’ themes directly associated with site, climate and local culture in architecture and art projects.

Bark sees the ‘vernacular’ and ideas of place specific design more relevant to an evolving Sunshine Coast design ‘culture’ rather than to a visual style.

The spatial experiences when connecting people to place and landscape for Bark is about exploring the possibilities of indoor outdoor lifestyles in the benign subtropical climate of Southeast Queensland. Their ‘barefoot’ studio is an embodiment of these philosophies.

Bark projects value the landscape and ‘tread lightly’ on sites along the coastal ‘edge’. Architecture in the context of Australian landscape settings of beauty and fragility.

The Queensland coastal ‘edge’ condition defines Bark’s field of enquiry as well as their architecture.

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