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Browsing 12 Built Environment and Design by Author "Hewett, Benjamin"

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  • Hewett, Benjamin; Crone, Greg (Brisbane City, 2009)
    Author was lead Design Architect on project (Associate Director) for Crone Partners Architecture Studios. Building completed 2009.
  • Burke, Anthony; Hewett, Benjamin (Tsinghua University, China, 2008)
    Offshore Studio was selected as one of five practices to represent Australian architectural practices at the 2008 Beijing Biennale, demonstrating work at the cutting edge of advanced design and computation. Neil Leach and ...
  • Burke, Anthony; Hewett, Benjamin (Routledge, 2010)
    Generative computational methods such as parametric systems currently employed in architectural and urban design tend towards homeostatic solution spaces; that is, fields of solutions that privilege regularized distributions ...
  • Burke, Anthony; Hewett, Benjamin; Rice, Charles; Lahoud, Adrian; Jakovich, Joanne; Perin, Gavin (Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, 2007)
    This project was a team submission for an open design competiiton, that lead to a novel research trajecory at the intersection of scripting, computation, landscape and urban design. The proposal has been exhibited in Pittsburgh.
  • Hewett, Benjamin; Burke, Anthony (Architecture Australia, 2008)
    Speculative Tower Proposal by Ben Hewett and Anthony Burke (as Offshore Studio). Entered into Architecture Australia Unbuilt Awards 2008. Published in the journal of record for the Australian architectural profession ...
  • Burke, Anthony; Hewett, Benjamin; Jakovich, Joanne; Lahoud, Adrian; Burns, David (Royal Australian Institute of Architects, 2008)
    A mulit-part exhibition of six selected architectural studios in combination with the Critical Visions conference. States of Convergence was a printed and film presentation. The film has gone on to the Florence Beyond Media ...