Student collective Global Architecture Profiling (GAP) launches its seventh annual architectural exhibition at The University of Melbourne, Faculty of Architecture, Building, and Planning.
This year the exhibition presents contemporary architectural production in the world heritage listed Mexican city of Puebla.
Puebla has featured prominently in Mexico’s history; from its influential urban design developments in 16th century to the battle of Puebla which is commemorated by Mexico’s annual Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
The GAP series aims to broaden design discourse by showcasing the work of emerging and contemporary designers in an urban centre often overlooked by major publications.
GAP launches its website in the month leading up to the exhibition, which catalogues previous exhibitions over the last six years.
Invitation: Exhibition Launch
7 PM, Thursday, September 15th
Melbourne School of Design, Andrew Lee King Fun Gallery.
Exhibition 16th to 29th September 2016
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Title2016 GAP Exhibition - Contemporary architecture of Puebla, Mexico.
OrganizersGlobal Architecture Profiling(GAP)
FromSeptember 16, 2016 12:00 AM
UntilSeptember 29, 2016 12:00 AM
VenueMelbourne School of Design, Andrew Lee King Fun Gallery.
AddressUniversity of Melbourne, Masson Rd, Parkville VIC 3010