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TILT featured in Indesign magazine

Given the many constraints, it’s amazing that any original architecture ever gets built. But a young Sydney industrial design outfit has re-written the rules and at the same

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Posted: 26/09/2016, Filed: News

Australian Institute of Architects’ event: INTERRELATIONS

Tim Phillips will be part of a panel of designers including Patrizia Moroso (renowned Italian Creative Director of Moroso), Andrew Nimmo (Director Lahznimmo Architects) and Luigi Rosselli (Director Luigi Rosselli Architects),

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Posted: 08/09/2016, Filed: News Press

TILT and BVN collaboration

TILT and BVN have collaborated on the design of a one-of-a-kind sliding glass façade, providing a flexible all-weather facility at Bunurong Memorial Park. The operable façade consists of three curved glass

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Posted: 08/09/2016, Filed: News

Operable roof transforms Sydney restaurant

TILT has delivered an operable roof for a new Sydney restaurant, enabling the venue to transform its fully enclosed dining space into an open-air courtyard, with just the

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Posted: 08/09/2016, Filed: Press

The benefits of operable architecture

Architect and Writer, David Mousa interviewed Tim Phillips recently about the potential and benefits of operable architecture and how TILT is influencing this space. Operable Architecture has not

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Posted: 28/04/2016, Filed: News

Exploring dynamic art

Tim Phillips is leading a group of UTS Mechanical Engineering students to develop innovative concepts for a mechanically integrated public artwork. Two groups of four students have been

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Posted: 28/04/2016, Filed: Press

Tim Phillips profiled on Architecture&Design

Leading online Australian design news website, Architecture&Design, spoke to Tim recently about heliostats, why industrial design in architecture is important and the barriers to successful design integration for

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