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When

Thursday 10 March 2022
6.00 pm – 8.00 pm (AEDT)

Where

Living Edge
650 Church Street
Richmond Melbourne VIC 3121
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Program Info

Our Houses returns in 2022 with an exploration of homes designed to accommodate business and life. Learn from the architects and clients behind two intriguing houses that perform these dual purposes.

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House for Eva and Matilda by MRTN Architects. Photography by Dave Kulesza.

Talks.

Laneway Glass House

Presented by
Brad Swartz, Director, Brad Swartz Architects
Henry Wilson, Studio Henry Wilson

Brad Swartz, director of Brad Swartz Architects, and his client, industrial designer Henry Wilson, will share the collaborative design process behind Laneway Glass House. This project, in the inner-city suburbs of Sydney, is a new three-storey dwelling where elegant detailing of robust materials creates an industrial luxury that strikes a balance between studio and home.

House for Eva and Matilda

Presented by
Antony Martin, Director, MRTN Architects
Eva Sarr, CEO, The Centre for Multicultural Program Evaluation

Antony Martin, founder of MRTN Architects, will present House for Eva and Matilda, alongside his client, Eva Sarr, founder and CEO of The Centre for Multicultural Program Evaluation. This clever design, tucked into a Melbourne laneway, combines the main residence, a studio apartment and a shopfront office on a site of just 88 square metres.

Meet the speakers – Laneway Glass House.

Brad Swartz

Director, Brad Swartz Architects

Brad Swartz established his architecture practice Brad Swartz Architects in late 2015, following the completion of his highly accoladed Darlinghurst Apartment project.

His background in high-end residential projects with some of Australia’s top design firms taught him a systematic approach, giving him a solid understanding of intelligent space planning and a purposeful approach to materiality.

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Henry Wilson

Studio Henry Wilson

Sydney-based designer Henry Wilson designs furniture, lighting, accessories and components, working with a range of suppliers and manufacturers – he has built a close relationship with a local foundry for cast elements in bronze and aluminium. He sells his work directly and presents in several design showrooms around the world. Additionally, he has designed the interior for two Aesop stores in Sydney.

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Meet the speakers – House for Eva and Matilda.

Antony Martin

Director, MRTN Architects

Antony Martin's Melbourne-based practice, MRTN Architects, has taken on a variety of interesting projects, including transformative renovations and stylish shops, and new homes in the city and country.

Antony is closely involved in all projects and has over 15 years’ experience working as an architect in Australia and the United States. He has been fortunate to work on significant buildings such as the Melbourne Museum, the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, and the Australian Pavilion in Shanghai for the World Expo.

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Eva Sarr

CEO, The Centre for Multicultural Program Evaluation

Eva is a mixed methods evaluator with 15 years of experience. She has worked internationally – with First Nations Australians, Australia’s state and federal governments, and the not-for-profit sector – as an external evaluator, senior internal evaluator and project manager across the health, education, employment, arts and community development sectors.

Eva is the founding chair of the Australian Evaluation Society’s first Multicultural Evaluation Special Interest Group and an affiliate of the Center for Culturally Responsive Assessment and Evaluation, based at the University of Illinois.

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