UNSW Campus & Biomedical Precinct

The second talk of the 2018 Architecture on Show series focused on the evolution of the UNSW campus and the Biomedical Precinct.

Andrew Nimmo the NSW Chapter President of the Australian Institute of Architects presented on the evolution of the UNSW campus at Kensington. He discussed in detail, the two buildings designed by Lahznimmo Architects in association with WilsonArchitects, the Lowy Cancer Research Centre and the Wallace Wurth Expansion.

John Norman of Woods Bagot discussed the design development of the second phase of the Biomedical Precinct. The talk focused on the Biological Sciences Building and how the building has transformed the streetscape and activation of the southern edge of the landscaped courtyard.

The talk was curated by Professor Sue Holliday, Planning Practice, UNSW.

Welcome Speech – Councillor Murray Matson, Randwick City Council

The Original UNSW Master Plan, James Coleman

The Evolution of the UNSW Campus, the Lowy Cancer Research Centre and the Wallace Wurth Expansion, Andrew Nimmo, NSW Chapter President of the Australian Institute of Architects

The Biomedical Sciences Building

Q&A facilitated by Sue Holiday

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