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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Inspire 2013, AIA National Awards

Posted 31 January 2014

Award winning architecture is featured in the Australian Institute of Architecture publication, Inspire.
The Bridgewater LINC and Child & Family Centre received the highest honours in Public Architecture in the 2013 Tasmanian Architecture Awards winning the Alan C Walker Award.

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LIMINAL GRAPHICS | features in Desktop Magazine

Posted 24 May 2013

Liminal Graphics was invited by Desktop to create a psychogeographic map of Hobart. The concept of psychogeography was developed by French philosopher Guy Debord in 1955 and refers to the practice of traversing the urban environment while being led by curiosity rather than following a set traditional path.

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LIMINAL SPACES | Inspire 2012, AIA National Awards

Posted 18 February 2013

Award winning architecture is featured in the Australian Institute of Architecture publication, Inspire.
We received the highest honours in Residential Alterations and Additions in the 2012 Tasmanian Architecture Awards for the Patrick Street Residence in Hobart.

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LIMINAL SPACES | Artichoke, Vol 40, 2012

Posted 18 February 2013

2012 saw the conceptual and production design for IHOS’ contemporary opera, The Barbarians receive national recognition among other design accolades. Artichoke features the design reviewed by Pippa Dickson.

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