Tapestry + Architecture Exhibition


16 Mar –
30 Mar 2019

Opening celebration:
Saturday 16 March, 4 – 6pm

Gallery hours:
Tuesday–Friday 10am–5pm,
Saturdays 10am – 3pm

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2/270 Montague Road, West End, Brisbane Qld 4101
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An Australian Tapestry Workshop (ATW) exhibition of the Tapestry Design Prize for Architects 2018 Finalists and the 22 Temenggong Road, Twilight tapestry. 

Opening celebration: Join Antonia Syme, Director, Australian Tapestry Workshop, for an introduction to the Tapestry Design Prize for Architects 2018 Finalist Designs. Justin Hill, director, Kerry Hill Architects, will then discuss his experiences collaborating with the ATW to create the 22 Temenggong Road, Twilight tapestry. 

The Tapestry Design Prize for Architects 2018 Finalists exhibition surveys the international response to David Walsh AO's challenging brief – to design a tapestry, which considers both geometry and chaos for the hypothetical site of Étienne-Louis Boullée's Cenotaph for Newton. This mooted building was the inspiration for the Fender Katsalidis Architects' Pharos Wing, Museum of Old and New Art.

The 22 Temenggong Road, Twilight tapestry is TDPA 2016 first prize-winning design by Singaporean based architect Justin Hill, created in close collaboration by the weavers of the ATW. 

The Tapestry Design Prize for Architects offers an unparalleled opportunity for architects to consider how tapestries can articulate, transform and enrich public and private space. The prize is a partnership between the ATW and Architecture Media. 


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