A weekend of learning in the Tasmanian landscape
Andrew Burns graduated from the University of Sydney in 2004. Since establishment in late 2007, his practice has undertaken residential, cultural, community and public projects. The practice’s approach seeks to combine social engagement with design excellence, and is characterized by precise geometry and material exploration.
Key projects by the practice include Australia House in Japan, Crescent House – the inaugural Fugitive Structures project for Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Gibbon’s Rent London and the Hyde Park Cafe in Sydney. Recently, the practice have commenced undertaking larger-scale commissions, including Cranbrook School’s rural campus in the Wolgan Valley, a series of remote walking lodges on the Tasman Peninsula and a large scale multiresidential development for Sekisui House.