More than 50 first-year Curtin University Architecture and Interior Architecture students will be constructing full-scale follies in Kings Park on Monday 1 November.
The Habitat project will showcase some eye-catching and creative installation pieces.
In architecture, a folly is a small building that has no formal purpose, but responds to individual interpretation and setting. Students must be able to occupy their folly for the day from 9am – 4pm.
NOTE TO EDITOR: Media are invited to take photographs, footage and interview staff and students at this event.
Contacts: Priya Metcalfe; Lecturer; Department of Architecture and Interior Architecture; Curtin University; 0417 988 671; P.Metcalfe@curtin.edu.au
Monique Billstein; Public Relations Consultant; Curtin University; 08 9266 3353; 0401 103 018; email@example.com