2013 UTS Open Agenda competition
David Neustein was recently selected as one of three winners of Open Agenda, "an annual competition aimed at supporting a new generation of experimental architecture." An initiative of the School of Architecture at UTS, the Open Agenda grant provides seed funding for independent design research proposals.
Entitled Self-obliterating architecture, David's proposal explores modes of architecture designed to dissolve over time, leaving no physical trace. The culmination of this research is Refreshment Service, an installation currently on public exhibition at Paramount House as part of the Sydney Architecture Festival. More information on the exhibition can be found here and a brief review here.