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Open Agenda Competition Winner

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The Site, Interior Building 124 (Image courtesy of Sydney Harbour Federation Trust)

We’ve been keeping it a secret for the past two months but SUPERSCALE is proud to announce that we have won the Open Agenda Competition 2015 organised by Open Agenda, University of Technology Sydney and the Biennale of Sydney.

“Open Agenda is an annual competition aimed at supporting a new generation of experimental architecture in Australia and New Zealand. Open to recent graduates of Architecture (less than 10 years from graduation), Open Agenda is focused on developing the possibilities of design research in architecture and the built environment.

This national competition is intentionally broad in its scope, and dedicated to fostering new discussions on architecture in the public realm. An initiative of the School of Architecture at UTS, past winners have been graduates from Australian and New Zealand universities including, Sydney University, RMIT, Canberra University, UTS and Victoria University in Wellington, exploring a broad range of topics relevant to current Architecture discourse in Australia and beyond.

In 2015, Open Agenda will be revised: traditionally an opportunity for designers to develop research through architectural design, this new collaboration will provide an additional opportunity for the designers’ research based proposals to be realised as a built project within a 20th Biennale of Sydney exhibition venue.

This year, Open Agenda is calling for design proposals for the 20th Biennale of Sydney’s public program and education hub to be constructed on Cockatoo Island within the old Naval Store, building 124, as an opportunity to explore speculative research for architecture in built form.”

We have recently returned from Sydney assembling and building our proposal on Cockatoo Island and will be sharing images soon.


To learn more about the Open Agenda competition – click here.

To learn more about the Biennale of Sydney – click here.


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