Peter Bennetts studied photography at RMIT. He has since travelled all over the world, first photographing environmental features and then the constructed environment. Melbourne-based, he’s a globe-roaming architectural photographer whose work appears in internationally acclaimed publications. His concerns include documenting Tuvalu, a country that is vulnerable to rising sea levels.
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Two regional Australian projects have taken out the their respective categories at the 2018 World Architecture Festival Awards.
The National Gallery has launched a design competition for the fifth annual Architecture Commission to be installed in 2019.
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