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Newcastle Open House 2012

Posted by moa

07 Oct 2012 — No Comments

Posted in Elsewhere, Events, News

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Newcastle Open House 2012 is a single day architectural tour of eight intriguing contemporary architect designed residences around Cooks Hill, Merewether and the Junction. This event is run by the Newcastle Division of the Australian Architecture Association and is open to the public, the architectural profession and students.

The tour, on Sunday 11 November, includes houses designed by Bourne + Blue, Brian Suters, hrmphrdt, Chris Tucker of Herd, Chris McBriarty of Suters Architects, Philip Pollard and Tzannes Associates. The architects will be present for the tour which aims to provide an insight into the issues and features of contemporary house design, while also facilitating architectural discourse within the community. Through the generosity of the participating owners, Newcastle Open House 2012 is destined to celebrate Newcastle’s achievements in the residential field.

The Lock Up Cultural Centre will host an optional long white table lunch catered by John Clune.

Tour registration is 9am, Sunday 11 November 2012 at the Centennial Park Pavilion, opposite 134 Bruce Street, Newcastle.

Book now to register and remember, numbers are very limited. Tickets are $80 for adults and $50 for students. A limited number of tickets are available for the tour only at $50 for adults and $25 for students. For bookings and more information please visit our Facebook page share, like and stay tuned, and the Lock Up Cultural Centre.

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Eggleton Residence by Herd, photography Chris Tucker
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Kemp Residence by hrmphrdt, photography by Roger Hanley
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Summers Residence by Bourne+Blue, photography Simon Whitbread
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Hickson Street Residence by Bourne+Blue, photography Izzat Photos

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