Reading Space: The Common Room

Exhibition Design, Interior Design, Curation, Public Programming 

Commissioned by The Australian Centre of Contemporary Arts (ACCA) for “Who’s Afraid of Public Space”.
Reading Space: The Common Room extended our editorial and teaching agendas into the design of a temporary, participatory public library.

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Caliper Journal

Publishing, Publication Design, Writing, Editing, Exhibition Design, Curation, Public Programming 

Self-initated project with sponsorship from RMIT University, Bright Studio, ARM Architecture, NH Architecture
Caliper is an independent architecture journal based in Naarm (Melbourne), Australia. It was born out of a desire to have a messier and more meaningful discussion about architecture and its place in the world. Caliper is a space for the younger generation of designers (not limited to architecture) to share ideas, publish, create a culture and contribute to larger conversations occurring within the design disciplines.

Of the 10 published issues, we were managing editors for the first six (Agency, Identity, Power, Sample, Collapse and Love) along with Senesios Frangos. For the final 4 issues (Shift, Time & Faith, Permission) we acted as the editorial board to assist the new team of editors at the helm.
Photo by Marcus Procida

Shift(ed) Exhibition & Launch
Caliper x Proof x Melbourne Design Week

Publishing, Publication Design, Writing, Editing,Exhibition Design, Curation, Public Programming

In Collaboration with Georgia McCole, Cody McConnell, Ruby Lang, Taya Tahir, Cathy Xu and Sam Torre.

In the tumult of 2020, Caliper and the RMIT Architecture student elective Proof interrogated the theme of ‘shift’. To shift is to change how we think and rethink how we live. This exhibition and launch party draws together this cohort of young practitioners to print, display, and discuss the work that they have produced in the year since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

To get in touch please contact us via our respective email addresses listed in our info pages.