Building Tour: The Village Preschool
October 28, 2023 - October 28, 2023
The Village Preschool, 27 Kintore St, Dulwich Hill NSW
EmAGN NSW in conjunction with Archibubs presents its fifth building tour for 2023 with Carter Williamson Architects.
The Village Pre-school, built on Gadi Country, has been designed to act as a tangible teaching tool for its young students to learn from, while also being a blank canvas for them to fill with life, colour and joy. The Village Preschool is the recipient of a NSW State Commendation Award for Education and is currently shortlisted for the Inner West Council Marrickville Medal.
Great buildings are made with great clients – Emily’s vision for The Village Preschool to also be a teacher and serve the surrounding community is possibly the best brief architects could have.
The tour will be led by Principal Shaun Carter, Senior Associate of Interiors Julie Niass and Project Architect Vivienne Hinschen.
There will be two tours taking place:
Tour 1: 10 am for General Attendance
Tour 2: 11 am for Archibubs
Limited places are available.
EmAGN NSW and the lovely client, Emily invite all who are interested (kids or no kids!)
Archibubs is an informal catch-up for parents and parents-to-be within the architectural profession. The purpose is to create new connections and a support network for our peers at this important time in their lives and careers.
We hope that by getting together, we can spark more open conversations about the reality of having children, what workplace support is available to us, and how we can continue to navigate our careers.
This event is an initiative of RAIA EmAGN NSW. The Emerging Architects and Graduates Network advocates for and supports architectural professionals within 15 years of graduation. EmAGN NSW is proudly supported by the Australian Institute of Architects.
EmAGN NSW would like to acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation upon whose ancestral lands this event is held on. We would also like to pay respect to the Elders both past and present, acknowledging them as the traditional custodians of knowledge for this land.