Many researchers in the Faculty bring a wealth of experience in design and creative work that is continued in the University setting and underpins their research.
Projects and creative research outcomes in the form of exhibitions, books and built works are therefore a vital part of the work we do.
A Browning Cabinet of Curiosities: Is Less More?
The Armstrong Browning Library at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, has the largest collection of material relating to the life and work of the husband and wife Victorian-era poets, Robert Browning (1812-1889) and Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861).
AGORA works - Alex Selenitsch
AGORA works – exhibition by Alex Selenitch,Place Gallery Melbourne, 3 July to 27 July 2013.
Bauhaus Australia: Émigrés, Refugees and the Modernist Transformation of Education in Art, Architecture, and Design, 1930 to 1970
Building with Drones
Experimenting a new ‘flying’ construction technique for cable-beam and tensile structures.
HORIZON works - Alex Selenitsch
HORIZON works – exhibition by Alex Selenitch, grahame galleries + editions, 26 October to 23 November 2013.
Indigenous Placemaking in Central Melbourne: Representations, Practices and Creative Research
Exploring the processes behind indigenous cultural placemaking
Level-crossing removals: learning from Melbourne’s experience
Getting the best from level-crossing removals in Melbourne.
New Tools and Techniques for Learning in the Field
Enabling interactive learning in the field
Parametric Adjustable Mould (PAM)
PAM is a numerically controlled (NC) variable ruled-surface mould design which produces doubly curvature surface panels.
Wave Hill Walk Off Trail
The Wave Hill Walk Off Route is a National Heritage Listed site that is associated with the events that took place in 1966 -1975 which saw the Indigenous Gurindji people, led by Vincent Lingiari, take a stand against oppressive working conditions and maltreatment.