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STUDIOSHARED: TIM RANDALL

Tim Randall
Host – Seeking Asylum Sunbury
2016

Caloola Cultural Hub, a multicultural nexus in the old Sunbury Asylum, depicted in 2026.

Designed by Tim Randall in collaboration with Astrid Isabella Singal.

Tim Randall is a self described ardent traveler, critical thinker, tea drinker, occasional writer, sporting voyeur and music enjoyer. He sees architecture as something much greater than lines on a page or bricks on a slab; rather, architecture is an incredibly powerful tool for creating social change - architecture is not about form but formations of people.

timjohnrandall@icloud.com
instagram.com/eggplantrandall
au.linkedin.com/in/tim-randall-9ab10889

Tim Randall
Host – Seeking Asylum Sunbury
2016

A community led project using ‘WikiArchitecture’ to help settle refugees in a ‘Periphery town’ in Sunbury.

Designed by Tim Randall in collaboration with Astrid Isabella Singal.

Tim Randall

Creative Commons Licensing + Open Source Technology + Sharing Economy + Architecture = Infrastructure to forge a new social and urban condition.

Designed by Tim Randall in collaboration with Astrid Isabella Singal.

Tim Randall
Contingent Suburbanism
2016

Dealing with the socioeconomic, geopolitical consequence of 'the great Australian dream.'

Tim Randall
Elwood Billabong
2016

Dry Condition; Provides public gardens, skatepark, and wetlands, removed from busy roads.

Tim Randall

Wet Condition; Operates as short term retention sink during periods of flooding.

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