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’’Women in Architecture’’ is the new focus of new television series
Australia Architecture News - Aug 04, 2015 - 16:32 5670 views
Photo Courtesy Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates
Women finally started to be seen more in architectural scene-Sacred Spaces is a highly regarded weekly architecture program hosted by Victoria’s Channel 31 and changes its focus to women in Australian Architecture. Sacred Spaces now celebrates its 10th season on Channel 31. The producer of Sacred Spaces Glen Noble will start new series focusing on leading female architects and will talk about their award-winning buildings and projects, which will be featured on Tuesday August 4, at 6.30pm.
Dallas Brooks Community Primary school by McBride Charles Ryan, image © McBride Charles Ryan
In addition, Debbie Ryan of McBride Charles Ryan will discuss the multi-award-winning Dallas Brooks Community Primary school, while Rosa Coy of Coy Yiontis Architects will trace the trajectory and philosophy behind House 3, which won the residential category at the recent Victorian Architecture Awards.
House 3 by Coy Yiontis Architects, image © Peter Clarke
Sacred Sapaces presents incisive coverage of some of Melbourne's most interesting, infamous and innovative buildings, projects and architecture practices, offering an insider's look at the stories, concepts and wider issues underpinning architecture, urban space and building in Melbourne. With each 12-minute episode, Sacred Spaces quizzes an architect or builder on their favourite building - new or old - around Australia.
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