Posted 20 September 2016

Vice-Chancellor of The University of Tasmania, Peter Rathjen writes in the latest issue of the Alumni magazine about the university's ambitious plans of transforming the campuses to attract and boost student numbers and thus strengthening the level of education amongst Tasmanians; the mentioned Creative Industries and Performing Arts development will play a significant role in achieving this goal.


LIMINAL STUDIO | As seen in Monocle...

Posted 17 April 2016

The March issue of the cross-disciplinary journal Monocle directs the limelight on Australia and features, among others, Liminal Studio as a contributor to the rise of the Tasmanian design scene.

Monocle's summary of the issue is here.


LIMINAL SPACES | LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Materiality Publication 2015

Posted 13 August 2015

Materiality: Brick and block in contemporary Australian architecture, by Sydney-based writer Ron Ringer together with Brickworks Limited, is an extensive compilation of recent projects showcasing the versatility and beauty of the humble brick and block. Liminal Spaces' Woodbridge Residence and Liminal Architecture's LINC Child and Family Centre offer their contributions, the former with refined lines, the latter with a playful pattern.

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LIMINAL ARCHITECTURE | Inspire 2014, AIA National Awards

Posted 23 January 2015

The fifth edition of the Australian Institute of Architect's publication Inspire offers an insight into Australia's best architectural works.
The Geeveston Child & Family Centre received the highest honours in Public Architecture in the 2014 Tasmanian Architecture Awards.

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