Seeking Resonance: the life-architecture of Gregory Burgess

An exhibition dedicated to the career of award-winning Australian architect Greg Burgess will be on display at the University of Melbourne’s Melbourne School of Design.

The exhibition explores connections between design, place and soul and celebrates his work, which is known for its complex geometries, material and spiritual insights.

For over 50 years, Greg Burgess, an alumni of the University’s Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, has explored architecture as a way to engage in a meaningful relationship with client, country and purpose.

Founding his Melbourne-based practice Gregory Burgess Architects in 1972, Mr Burgess has been recognised for his participatory design approach to his projects, and for his buildings for Indigenous communities in Australia, including the Burrinja Cultural Community Centre and the Koorie Heritage Trust Cultural Centre.

The exhibition is free, and will be open Monday to Friday 10.00am - 4.00pm.


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Cite: "Seeking Resonance: the life-architecture of Gregory Burgess" 12 Sep 2022. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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