Thursday, 23 February 2017

Ultimo, University of Technology Sydney, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology

The Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology (FEIT), also known as Building 11 at the University of Technology Sydney, is located along Broadway, in the inner city suburb of Ultimo. It was designed by Denton Corker Marshall and built in 2014. It features aluminium screens that spell out "University of Technology Sydney Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology" in binary code.

17 comments:

  1. That certainly is a unique way to shade the building! I thought it was coming apart.

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  2. oh I do like that. Curtain wall looks like the new transbay terminal being built in San Francisco

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  3. My mate works in the UNSW in Sidney, runs one of the departments. Quite a building that

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  4. The binary patterns really do make this building stand out!

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  5. The binary code takes up an LOT of space!!

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    1. The binary number system of 0 and 1, assigned to each character. So A = 01000001 and Z = 01011010.

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  7. I rarely enjoy very modern architecture, but this building at UTS looks impressive and memorable.

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  8. That is an interesting facade.

    Frankly My Dear

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  9. That is such a creative facade...practical artistry.

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  10. The architectural design is so perfect for its purpose Jim.

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  11. What a clever idea for an engineering building!

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