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December 04, 2006

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joyce

amazing...

Miss Dot

what an amazing space! I would love to see that one day. I am in the West, bugger. Well done and you SHOULD be super proud of your input into such beauty, congrats!

Anita

wow! you MUST be proud...

michelle giacobello

Lord - how did you push THAT one out!!!!
ahahahaha - sorry.

It's amazing, and looks so peaceful and airy. I love the internal screen!

Dacia

congrats!

sooz

What a triumph. A fantastic building - it looks so inviting! And indeed so wonderful to be able to go to the opening. Congrats :-)

Sally

Curtsy congratulations. I will look forward to going there next time I travel north!

You should be very proud. Great article in the SMH too.

melinda

wow congratualtions! i forgot that you were an architect too...here was i thinking you were just an amazing knitter, quilter, piler, writer and mother!! if only my architect husband could be so good at multitasking.....

Tiff

Congratulations... I am listening to people on the radio saying they are going back day after day. A beautiful community space.

di

Congratulations! So pleased for you- I've heard great things about it already.
There's something so satisfying about working on public buildings, and seeing how many people get to experience the results- for me that's the real reward for all your effort and energy.

Jane

Alison, I'm not surprised you are proud of your involvement in this project. It is absolutely stunning. I love all the surfaces and spaces. Brilliant.

Jennifer

What a beautiful building! Congratulations!

martha

wow alison -it's beautiful. You should be very proud. I know from experience the amount of work and effort and LABOUR that goes into making both buildings and babies, and making buildings is hands down one hundred times harder. Congratulations.

filambulle

Wow! I am impressed amazed and so on.
Actually I have been studying architecture in university... for one year. Before turning to history of art... and ending in a library.
A museum! THe perfect object I would dream to create.
I am amazed by you, once again.
xoxoxoxo

tiel

I went on Monday and can't wait to go back again. Can I ask how you were involved?

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