The Dulux Colour Awards 2021 Student (Years 1-6) category recognises paint specification by architecture or interior design students who are attending or have just completed their studies within the past 12 months in a course at a recognised university or college. Category winner: installation Art by Joanne Odisho, RMIT University.
Project Title: Installation Art
Name: Joanne Odisho, RMIT University
My assignment was to create an exhibition space that centred around a three-dimensional piece of art. To satisfy this criteria, my project exhibits a form of installation-art. What I have attempted to capture is this marriage and cooperation between natural and artificial objects. To represent this message, I have selected Dulux colours that contrast and simultaneously complement each other.
Project Title: Cremorne Mesh House
Name: Ying Ho Shiu RMIT University
The Cremorne Mesh house design is capturing the features of Victorian period and transform them into modern styles, such as double-height bay windows and decorative metal railing. Due to privacy and ventilation reason, the house is split into two parts and let the courtyard be the heart of the house, which improve ventilation and allows northern sunlight access to this property. It also responds to the rescode that allows sun access to neighbours’ habitable rooms and reduces the sun shading to their open space.