SAW: Sydney Architecture Walks

April 28, 2009

Urban tours for literati, voyeurs, aesthetes and locals who love familiar terrain from a different viewpoint.

The Sydney Architecture Walks are a series of architect-led strolls through Sydney’s streets, seeking to interpret concepts, tell stories and extract the ideas behind Sydney’s urban environment.
The walks are born of a passion for Sydney and storytelling played through architecture, art and design.

*SAW 1 Sydney* explores the dramatic urban-scape of Sydney’s downtown: the pattern and forces shaping Australia’s vibrant metropolis.
*SAW 2 Utzon* paints a comprehensive and textured portrait of enigmatic Danish architects Jørn Utzon and the Sydney Opera House
*SAW 3 Harbourings* reveals Sydney at rawest and most spectacular, focusing on the breathtaking family of Finger Wharves at Walsh Bay – a romantic symbol of Sydney’s industrial maritime past.
*SAW 4 Art, Place, Landscape* maps the role of art, architecture and design in the creation of some of Sydney’s best love and most used public spaces.

The walks run throughout April and May. For more information go to ["www.sydneyarchitecture.org":http://www.sydneyarchitecture.org]

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