Australian indigenous art articulates a connection between man and land, inspired from and illustrating the implicit flow of nature where all elements exist in a simultaneous state of individuality and constant symbiosis.
The proposal adheres to these laws in the belief that understanding a people’s indigenous art is understanding man’s relationship with nature itself. This fundamental outlook manifests itself within the most basic and formative components of the design and its interaction with surrounding natural elements. The project design originated from three fundamental principles:
1. Implementing the qualities inherent within Australian Indigenous art
2. Exploiting the advantages which the unique site characteristics offer
3. Infusing with democratic quality in respect of democratic nature of Australian society.

2013

2013

Entry Title: Lodge on the Lake
Client: University of Canberra
Collaboration With: FMZD Architects, Raha Ashrafi
Category: Unbuilt Governmental
Project Status: Concept Design Complete 2013
Location: Canberra, Australia
Size: 6.8 Hectares

Mohsen MARIZAD, Marziah Rajabzadeh,Farshad Mahdizadeh, Raha Ashrafi, Alireza Shojakhani

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