undertakes socially and ecologically responsible projects across a range of architectural and urban scales.

Image: A Suburban Beach House, Coogee, WA, a project in association with David Barr Architect...click through images here


/ JAN 015
Floating Raft project in collaboration with artist Kit Wise @ MONA in Hobart - finished!

/ JAN 015
g+ba/u has just delivered and presented the Triabunna Urban Design Study Report to the community

/ FEB 014
Completed Heavy Metal Retaining Wall @ MONA

/ DEC 013
g+ba/u has presented a concept masterplan for the Spring Bay Mill in Triabunna, Tasmania. The project involves the re-purposing of a former Woodchip Mill into an exciting new arts, tourism and education hub on the East coast of Tasmania.

/ A Suburban Beach House features in a new Thames & Hudson publication called New Suburban; Rethinking the Family Home in Australia and New Zealand by Stuart Harrison.

/ 013
A Suburban Beach House was awarded in this year's WA Institute of Architects architecture awards in the New Residential category.

/ 013
A Suburban Beach House has been shortlisted in this year's Houses Awards for new houses under 200m2. See details here

/ 013
The 49 Sheds exhibition was recently featured on the 7 30 Report. It can be seen here

/ Here are links to a couple of recent articles about the 49 Sheds exhibition in the The Age ...and Weekly Review

/ 49 Sheds Artist Book available (limited edition of 150). Includes an essay by John Wardle. See details here

/ A series of Ross' shed images are currently being exhibited at Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery starting February 27th and running through to April 21st. Accompanying the exhibition called 49 Sheds is a small catalogue which includes an essay by renowned Australian architect John Wardle. See MPRG website

/ Ross has co-authored a chapter with Diego Ramirez-Lovering in a recently released book about community engaged projects with architecture students called Live Projects; Designing with People

/ Ross was recently awarded a citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in the Government's Office of Learning and Teaching's annual national tertiary education awards.


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