The exhibition 'Dream Discotheques for Parramatta' featuring work by UNSW Built Environment Master of Architecture students opened on Friday at Information Cultural Exchange.
The event was attended by many notable professionals in the architecture industry including Mr Peter Poulet NSW Government architect; Philip Graus from Cox Architecture; staff from NSW Architects Registration Board: Tim Horton, and Siobhan Abdurahman ; CE staff, collaborators on this project John Kirkman and Jonathan Wilson as well as our staff Professor Bruce Judd, John Gamble and Dijana Alic + first year MArch students who undertook the project ‘Dream Discotheques for Parramatta’.
The project sees students from the University of New South Wales Built Environment Architecture Students researching and designing dream discotheques for the Parramatta of tomorrow. Combining aesthetics, semiotics, community cultural development, cultural history and utopian philosophy, Dream Discotheques for Parramatta delves into the past to anticipate the future. 
The exhibition runs until November 21 at Information Cultural Exchange. 
Image: Dijana Alic [UNSW Built Environment]; Tim Horton [NSW Architects Registration Board]; Jonathan Wilson [ICE]; Philip Graus [UNSW Built Environment and Cox Architecture]; John Gamble [UNSW Built Environment]; John Kirkman [ICE], Peter Poulet [NSW Government architect] and Siobhan Abdurahman [NSW Architects Registration Board]