Threeninefivenine is a collection of interviews and projects examining the role of architects as critical participants in the making of public and private spaces before and after bushfires. Together, these conversations alongside a number of case studies examine how architects have, or more importantly can play a crucial role in responding, assisting and generating future mitigation across design for bushfire prone communities of Australia.
Threeninefivenine is curated by Callum Andrews and produced with the assistance of the Alastair Swayn Foundation. To find out more about Alastair Swayn and his legacy, please head to alastairswaynfoundation.org.
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Acknowledgment of Country
Threeninefivenine acknowledges the Wurundjeri nation of the Birrarung lands, as the custodians of the land on which this project was conceived. We also acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lands where our projects are placed. We recognise their ongoing connection to country, land and waters that were never ceded and pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging.
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