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We're moving! Architecture & design book sale – 15-50% percent off

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We're moving! Architecture & design book sale – 15-50% percent off

One day only sale of architecture & design books, 15-50% off. Uro Publications will be moving into a new home in 2020 (and opening a new bricks & mortar store). In preparation for the move, and for Christmas, we're opening our shop-office up on Saturday 30 November 2019. We'll be selling our own titles, alongside many others, with practically everything discounted. Saturday 30 November10AM - 2PM5/71 Rose Street, Fitzroy (Entrance via Fitzroy Street)   As we move, stay up to date with our news via our fortnightly newsletters. Subscribe through the link the footer below.

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God in Reverse is a finalist in AGDA Awards and featured in Art Alamanac

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<i>God in Reverse</i> is a finalist in AGDA Awards and featured in Art Alamanac

We are very happy to announce that God in Reverse, designed by Sean Hogan of Trampoline Design, is a finalist in the Australian Graphic Design Associations' 2019 awards. View the whole entry.   Australian art journal, Art Almanac has reviewed artist/architect Richard Goodwin's God in Reverse: Art, Architecture and Consciousness, admiring the book's ambition in combining imagination and research to create an “unorthodox monograph”. “Richard Goodwin’s preoccupation with the delineations between art, architecture and urbanism means that, to our delight, he does not walk the line.” “With innovative ideas and the, at times dizzying, asymmetry of its presentation, one cannot...

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God in Reverse makes the Dezeen Awards design 2019 longlist

Awards God in Reverse

<i>God in Reverse</i> makes the Dezeen Awards design 2019 longlist

Sean Hogan's book design of Richard Goodwin's publication God in Reverse has been internationally recognised in the Dezeen Awards 2019 design longlist.  Sean of Trampoline Design, worked closely with Goodwin to develop a graphic treatment that would fit the unique content of the monograph and pay homage to Goodwin's critique of classic conventions of architecture and art institutions. The publication was selected as one of the top 26 entries in the 'Graphic Design' category, out of thousands submitted. The shortlist will be announced in September 2019. Congratulations Sean and everyone involved!

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The Breeze Block Book featured on Yellowtrace!


<i>The Breeze Block Book</i> featured on Yellowtrace!

The Breeze Block Book has been featured on Yellowtrace, one of Australia's leading design commentators. ‘Delving into the history, vast functionality and revived uptake of one of Australia’s most iconic building materials, Brickworks Building Products presents The Breeze Block Book. The curated coffee table tome explores the past, present and future of the Breeze Block,’ writes Yellowtrace. ‘In today’s architectural climate, concerns about the environmental impact of air-conditioning and heating systems are seeing architects turn back toward simpler design solutions in creating ‘buildings that breathe’. Aided by 21st century digital and robotic design tools, complex new iterations of breeze block...

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Jeremy Till on God in Reverse: “a lifetime’s work of thinking to make and making to think.”

God in Reverse Reviews

Jeremy Till on <i>God in Reverse</i>: “a lifetime’s work of thinking to make and making to think.”

Jeremy Till, British architect and writer, and Head of Central Saint Martins, London, has offered some comments on Richard Goodwin's God in Reverse. “God in Reverse tracks a lifetime’s work of thinking to make and making to think. It is presented as a series of thought experiments – visual, material, intellectual – which ask ‘what if?’, where the ‘if’ is sometimes extreme but eventually lands in a set of spatial provocations. If Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities has Venice at its core, then God in Reverse has Sydney as its object of tough love, unravelling the stranglehold that financialised space has placed...

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