Architecture - Honours
The proposed Hall of Democracy uses art as the universal language, and shared human emotion as the driver, creating one, fluid environment. By partnering with creatives, makers, activists, educators and community leaders from all over Queensland, the Hall of Democracy aims to be a space which encourages free expression. Expression of the self, expression of art, culture and opinion. This will be a place where members of the community can gather to learn, connect and grow through this shared expression. The hall will be a safe, equitable and welcoming space for direct engagement between public servants and their constituents. The Hall of Democracy will be a space that is truly representative of the constituents that the democracy serves, not a tribute to the system itself.
Rawea is a passionate 4th year architecture student that enjoys critical thinking to create intentional and impactful user centric design. Currently working in construction, Rawea has an appreciation for both the technical and conceptual sides of architecture to produce thoughtful outcomes with respect to context, users and sustainability.