38 south: urban architecture laboratory 2002–2004
38 south: urban architecture laboratory 2002–2004 by Nigel Bertram and Shane Murray
38 south is the document of record for urban-focused architectural research from the School of Architecture and Design at RMIT University. In this issue, the publication assumes its new role of presenting research from the Urban Architecture Laboratory. The UAL was established in 2002 with the explicit aim of providing a specialised research environment for intensive and focused architectural research that engages with contemporary urban issues. This edition of 38 south is a progress report on the activities of UAL over its first two and a half years. As such this body of work from candidates in the program provides both reflective and prospective interpretations of our evolving understanding of the role that the laboratory can play.
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