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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Hobart City Council gives unanimous support for cultural hub

Posted 15 April 2016

The green light outcome in response to the Development Application for the Creative Industries and Performing Arts Development is a welcomed milestone in the project’s progression. We’re delighted that it is being hailed as a ‘world class performing arts centre iconic for both the University and Hobart.’ Sentiments further supported by Alderman Jeff Briscoe’s comments, ‘This is probably one of the most important buildings that will go up in Hobart in the lifetime of this council.’

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LIMINAL STUDIO | Welcomes Bec Wilkie

Posted 6 January 2016

OK so maybe this is not completely new news, but it’s still relatively new nonetheless and it’s about time we shared it. Bec joined our busy and energetic studio mid 2015 amidst a whirlwind of creative projects from NYC where she was flitting freely between designing highly specialised facades and sculpture classes.

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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Archaeological excavation wrap up for 2015

Posted 18 December 2015

As the archaeological excavation wraps up for 2015, this week’s unveiling has revealed a cesspit at the rear of the Hedberg Garage, a myriad of bottle artefacts (c.1820s), mostly ginger beer bottles and the structural piles for the side walls to the Hedberg Garage (c.1920s). We are very much looking forward to further findings in the final stages of the archaeology occurring in early 2016.

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