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March Studio: Making Architecture, Material & Process

Thames & Hudson

March Studio: Making Architecture, Material & Process


Prolific, ambitious and dedicated to investigation, testing and prototyping, March Studio pushes the boundaries of what is possible in architecture.

From houses, high-impact stores and iconic hospitality venues through to exhibitions, cultural and urban works, each project interrogates new ways to experiment with form and materiality. What unites the projects is an incisive wit and delight in the crafting of architecture that resonate with clients, and the communities who experience these spaces.

March Studio: Making Architecture, Material & Process provides readers with a compelling behind-the-scenes view of the design process and culture of one of the most dynamic young practices in Australia today. Featuring rarely seen documentation of prototypes, models and fabrication processes and a reflective essay revealing the themes that underpin their work, this new monograph offers an immersive insight into the exuberant world of March Studio.

About the author

Fleur Watson is an Associate Professor, School of Architecture & Design, RMIT University and the founding director of collaborative curatorial practice Something Together. Fleur's practice is focused on research, exhibitions and programs that ask questions of architecture and design's role in the world today and its agency in responding to the issues that shape contemporary life. She is the author of The New Curator: Exhibiting Architecture & Design (Routledge) and the series editor of Editions: Australian Architectural Monographs (Thames & Hudson).

Fleur Watson
Published August 2024
288 pages
200mm x 280mm
ISBN 9781760764708

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