a+b Paper Space exhibition
Paper Space is the School of Architecture and Built Environment's annual exhibition showcasing outstanding work from undergraduate and master's degree students. The exhibition is held in November each year and the exhibition's opening night is always a highlight in the School's calendar offering a fantastic opportunity for students, staff, family, friends and industry to celebrate the students' hard work. Once offically opened the exhibition remains open to the public for 10 days.
In the 2013 exhibition visions for buildings close to home in Geelong and as far away as the Arctic Circle were brought to life in the exhibition. Redesigns of the Geelong Yacht Club, Jan Juc Surf Life Saving Club, Geelong laneways and buildings alongside designs created in answer to international briefs, skyscrapers in Hong Kong and the San Francisco fire house were among the creative works on display.
The opening was attended by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Jane den Hollander who officially opened the exhibition. Over 300 guests attended the opening including many of the Geelong mayoral candidates, members of the Geelong Council, CEO of the City of Greater Geelong, representatives of industry, students, staff, family and friends and more than 550 people visiting the exhibition throughout. Visit the virual 2012 Paper Space Exhibition below.