School of Architecture

Monday 27 April 2015

WEAVE sculpture
WEAVE pavillion by Amy Learmonth and Shane Sugrue

WEAVE is a pavilion created by UQ Architecture Master of Architecture 2014 graduate Amy Learmonth  and her partner Shane Sugrue for this year’s Blazing Swan arts festival, which took place in Kulin, Western Australia. 

The pair received a grant for their design and travelled to the site to construct the piece over three days at Easter.  The structure consists of 350 lengths of recycled hardwood, creating a small contemplation space. It is part of a series of works by the pair exploring an intersection of shifting geometry, material and space. Amy and Shane have previously created a pavllion as part of a team at the 2014 Burning Man festival in Nevada. WEAVE remains on display at the Kulin racecourse until 2016.

Amy is currently working at Cox Rayner and tutoring into the third year Design Social Housing  Studio at UQ Architecture.

  • Learmonth Weave
  • Learmonth Weave
  • Learmonth Weave