Publicity

LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Featured in Green Magazine

Posted 17 January 2020

Thank you to Tamsin and Tom from Green Magazine for stopping by the Studio on their visit to Tasmania last year. Liminal Architecture's Coastal Pavilions are featured in edition 71 of Green Magazine in a celebration of Tasmania's cultural, culinary and design bounty. 

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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Found! By Hunting for George

Posted 11 November 2019

Thank you to Lucy and the team for reaching out to us in November to feature our Coastal Pavilions on their lifestyle, design and architecture site, Hunting for George

With a following of 1.5 million, we were thrilled to have the Coastal Pavilions listed as a feature piece. 

Read the full Hunting for George article here.

Read more about the Coastal Pavilions here.

 

 

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LIMINAL SPACES | Liminal Spaces' set design for Dust featured in Artichoke

Posted 9 September 2019

Liminal Spaces' scenography for Dust, a contemporary dance performance by acclaimed dance company Dancenorth, has been featured in the latest issue of Artichoke. The main element of the wall, seemingly simple at first, continuously evolves throughout the performance. It is transformed by the dancers and in turn restricts and liberates their movements.

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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Australia by Liminal Design

Posted 4 September 2019

Australia by Design host, James Durie, was convinced, as were the judges, in selecting the Freycinet Coastal Pavilions as a finalist in the television series' architectural award for the year. In a segment of the programme featuring the now-famed pavilions and Liminal's Peta Heffernan, identifying the 10 finalists, which included spectacular drone shots from on high, as well as magnified views of the fine details of the pavilions, the show's host vowed he'd return.

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