Friday Sunset Series: Caliper Journal #06 Launch Party



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The sixth edition of RMIT’s student journal Caliper explores the intersection of love, language and architecture. So what better place to launch it than MPavilion 2019?

Caliper‘s launch events are always lively and inclusive—and this one will be no different. Pick up a copy of the new issue, enjoy refreshments served by the Kiosk, and talk about love.

What is love? Should architects care about it? These are the questions posed by Caliper. The new issue interrogates the value of empathy in an age of increasingly transactional encounters; and asks how the city can be read as a series of spaces of fluctuating intimacy. Don’t miss it!

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