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Level Crossing Removal LXR
Australian Institute of Architects AIA

the WIN! ideas competition studio will investigate the urban potentials of new spaces generated underneath the raised metro line, liberated by the caulfield to dandenong level crossing removal project [LXRP] through the south-eastern suburbs of melbourne

WIN! will speculate across different scales and involves teamwork

WIN! sets a strong focus on generating bold and provocative imagery aiming at freshly contributing to the discourse on melbourne’s metropolitan future


WIN! ideas competition
wednesdays 9.30am - 5 pm
markus jung

WIN! ideas competition
Kyla Sabrina + Yadamsuren Idenbayar + Alexander Lytas, The School – Noble Park
2017

Winner of the 2017 Student Ideas Prize at the Australian Institute of Architects Architectural Student Ideas Competition 2017.

How can we create a choreography between art, technology and science, by rethinking a new educational facility that is future thinking, highly intermingled, celebrates human ingenuity and creativity, and provides students with necessary forward thinking skills and education, to maintain personal relevance in a high tech world?

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WIN! ideas competition
Pui Shan Choy + Mark Romei, paraSeed – Murrambeena
2017

A journey from protest and occupation to the creation of a self-organised community.

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WIN! ideas competition
Marcella Palma + Jamie Danino, Embrace – Hughesdale
2017

Support for Those Displaced by the Health Care System

Research into hospitals and associated support systems has concluded that the current health care model in Victoria excludes a demographic of patients, and their relations, from proper recovery time and informative support through diagnosis, treatment and discharge.

Physically, removed from the existing health precinct in Clayton, EMBRACE is situated as a gateway to the picturesque Boyd Park in Hughesdale. EMBRACE acts as a psychological break from sterile hospitals and clinics and exploits the convenience of the elevated rail network through efficient access.

Utilising the area underneath the viaduct and the site currently occupied by the local scout hall, this design allows Boyd Park to open up to the local neighbourhood.

A dedicated health library, educational facilities and a new scout hall are opportunities for public engagement with the facility, further integrating those going through health trauma into the public realm. This proposal provides supportive accommodation and informative processes for those in need of a transient home close to the hospital.

This system aims to improve health education and support for those who would otherwise be neglected by the hospital system.

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WIN! ideas competition
Raphael Graham + Darren Dharmadasa, Knowledge Ecology – Clayton
2017

Research being performed in Australia is sold on the global market for commercialisation and production. As an economy, while Australia represents the base talent required to seed innovation, it forfeits the opportunity to sustain expanded industries o that talent; in research and development as well as in manufacturing.

Clayton is seen as a strategic site because it represents a confluence of world-leading tertiary education institutions, research industries, manufacturing and commercial sites. Existing areas of knowledge in Clayton are focused in areas of medical science research, polymer research and high level manufacturing. A key contention of this project is that there is abundant potential for innovation between these key silos.

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WIN! ideas competition
Antony Zoides + John Sugianto, Cycle Campus – Westall
2017

A worldwide issue of waste management and material reuse is one that has been in the conversations of many leaders globally. Australia must begin to take instantaneous action in order to safeguard the resources they have left for their future children and generations to come.

The cycle campus sees the intergration of a material distribution and processing network within the existing and proposed elevated rail network of Melbourne.

A collection locally distriuted nodes, coupled with a main processing complex situation in Westall, allows Melbournians the opourtunity to reduce their land fill figures whilst sustatinably processing and re-using materials for their future generations.

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WIN! ideas competition
Elle McFadzean + Feng Yi Dai + Bismeet Kaur, High Street Extension – Carnegie
2017

High Street Extension is a new interpretation of suburbia and the high street. It shows the high street as it could be, without cars, with amenities for pedestrians and cyclists. It is based on community collaboration and interaction between people, families, independent retail outlets, non-profit organisations, and small businesses, allowing different entities to interact without losing their own identity.

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WIN! ideas competition
Yizhou Fu + Hoang Linh Dang, Food Stories – Noble Park
2017

With new agricultural model, the new elevated spaces will be an opportunity for Melbournians to start building self-sufficient communities, which can look after themselves and be self-sustainable in order to eliminate potential threats in the future.

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