Andrew Lee King Fun Gallery
9:00am, Monday 20 February to 5:00pm, Sunday 19 March 2017
Tectonic Grounds is an exploration of digital fabrication techniques, physical computing and rapid (laser-cut) 1:1 prototyping to deliver a 1:1 folly. This exhibition is part of Melbourne Design Week.
6:00pm, Thursday 17 November to 5:00pm, Thursday 1 December 2016
What will future innovation in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, construction and urban design look like? Find out at MSDx.
9:00am, Thursday 13 to 5:00pm, Tuesday 25 October 2016
Coincidences draws upon the John Wardle Architects monograph that is being launched at this time - This Building Likes Me, where projects are assembled as pairs and the relationships between them, some obvious and some obscure, are explored.
9:00am, Thursday 15 to 5:00pm, Thursday 29 September 2016
The seventh annual GAP exhibition will showcase contemporary architectural design from the history steeped central Mexican city of Puebla
9:00am, Monday 25 July to 5:00pm, Thursday 8 September 2016
The Dynamic Patterns exhibition features the work of Philadelphia-based PEG office of landscape + architecture.
9:00am, Thursday 30 June to 5:00pm, Friday 15 July 2016
Architectural projects on the subject of refuge, borders and transition.
9:00am, Monday 9 May to 5:00pm, Thursday 16 June 2016
"To Be Determined" is an exhibition by SO-IL which profiles three arts-related projects, documenting their making and meaning.
9:00am, Friday 25 March to 5:00pm, Wednesday 27 April 2016
This exhibition examines design activism as an attempt to expand the domain of architectural design into the realm of advocacy and political activism.
6:00pm, Thursday 19 November to 5:00pm, Friday 4 December 2015
Our first year in our award-winning building culminates with our end-of-year student show MSDx, transforming it into a multi-floor gallery exhibiting over 400 pieces of studio work by our talented students.
9:00am, Friday 9 to 5:00pm, Thursday 29 October 2015
This exhibition profiles 12 recent projects by Guallart Architects, and how Guallart Architects see Barcelona
9:00am, Tuesday 22 September to 5:00pm, Thursday 1 October 2015
The sixth annual GAP exhibition will showcase architectural design work from Casablanca, Kingdom of Morocco.
9:00am, Monday 7 to 5:00pm, Wednesday 16 September 2015
This exhibition showcases the outcomes of the MSD Travelling Studio 2015: Brazil.
9:00am, Tuesday 11 to 5:00pm, Friday 28 August 2015
The ExLab: Digital Furniture Fabrication exhibition showcases furniture pieces designed and made by MSD students.
9:00am, Wednesday 22 July to 5:00pm, Thursday 6 August 2015
Students from Virtual Environments subject 2nd Skins explore notions of space and experiment with the latest design techniques and technologies.
9:00am, Monday 25 to 5:00pm, Friday 29 May 2015
An exhibition of work from the Remembering and Representing Place, Melbourne School of Design masters elective.
12:00pm, Saturday 11 April to 5:00pm, Sunday 10 May 2015
Amy Balkin’s ongoing project Public Smog seeks to create a park in the atmosphere that fluctuates in location and scale.
9:00am, Tuesday 31 March to 5:00pm, Monday 6 April 2015
This exhibition showcases the works from Digital Craft: Design and Make subject, examining the relationship of craft, computational design, technology and manufacturing.
9:00am, Tuesday 17 to 5:00pm, Sunday 29 March 2015
The 2015 Dean's Lecture Series presents an exhibition by the Urban Theory Lab / Graduate School of Design, Harvard University. (directed by Neil Brenner, Professor of Urban Theory, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University.): 'Operational Landscapes: Towards an Alternative Cartography of World Urbanization'
9:00am, Tuesday 3 to 5:00pm, Wednesday 11 March 2015
GAP (Global Architecture Profiling) showcases the work of contemporary and emerging architects in unique locations around the world. This year, GAP profiles Seoul, capital of South Korea.
9:00am, Wednesday 10 December 2014 to 5:00pm, Friday 30 January 2015
An exhibition detailing the construction and design of the new Melbourne School of Design Building.