Hobart Waterfront International Design Competition

Dickson, Michael, Hobart Waterfront International Design Competition, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Bond Store on the Internet, 2007.

Designer Dickson, Michael
Design title Hobart Waterfront International Design Competition
Project name Hobart Waterfront International Design Competition
Location Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Bond Store on the Internet
Project description Research Background: The work continues ideas about site circumstance and latent potential of a particular context. Specifically the design was completed as part of an open international design competition to generate ideas for regenerating the Hobart waterfront on an axis from Wapping Corner, the Old City Hall and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG).

Research Contribution: The work was selected for exhibition at the TMAG and was included in a follow up document produced by the Sullivans Cove Waterfront Authority outlining key urban design principles for the future development of the area.

Research Significance: The design is significant within the framework of the competition in that it was cited in the summary key design guidelines and with the framework of design and design pedagogy it develops ideas of context, latent potential and strategic thinking more broadly within my own design and teaching practice.
Project start date 2007-01-25
Date of completion 2007
Publisher Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Place published Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Total pages 1 Design project
Subject 310199 Architecture and Urban Environment not elsewhere classified
680299 Other
H2
Keyword Original Creative Works - Design/Architectural work
Additional Notes Date of Exhibition Advert: Information of Exhibition in Hobart Mercury Place of Exhibition Advert: Hobart Mercury & Sullivans Cove Waterfront Authority Press Release

Document type: Design
Collection: School of Architecture Publications
 
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Created: Tue, 02 Sep 2008, 11:52:00 EST by Deirdre Timo on behalf of School of Geography, Planning & Env Management