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RMIT architecture studio students exhibit work resulting from a series of investigative studies exploring the rich terrain and the subtly beautiful land around the little town of Beeac.
Black soil, volcanic craters, salt lakes and grassy plains mark this land around the town of Beeac. In the Western District of Victoria, Beeac is located on the shore of the hyper-saline Lake Beeac in the Colac Otway Shire local government area, 160 kilometers south of Melbourne.
This year two cohorts of RMIT architecture studio students descended on the little town for a weekend where they immersed themselves in the town, met with local people, and gathered first hand research through measured drawings, personal reflection, and site observation. This exhibition is a series of the students' investigative studies of the town and a fragment of their individual design responses.