Science in the House: Open House at the Architecture Museum
Historically, science has played an important part in the design of homes. Come in for a behind the scenes lunchtime open house in the University of South Australia’s Architecture Museum examining architectural drawings and archives to uncover some of the mysteries of our homes.
|When:||Tuesday, August 13 2019. 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM|
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|Where:||Architecture Museum, University of South Australia|
Kaurna Building, Fenn Place, Adelaide, SA, 5000
|Topic:||Archaeology and antiquity, Environment and nature|
From hygienic surfaces and efficient kitchens to plumbing, ventilation and sun shading, science has played an important part in the development of our homes.
Take a brief journey back in time at the Architecture Museum at the University of South Australia to see how architects and engineers have used science to shape our domestic lives over the last two centuries.
The Architecture Museum will be open for a behind the scenes lunchtime viewing of architectural drawings, maps, photos, notebooks and ephemera so you can uncover some of the mysteries of our homes.
Julie CollinsArchitecture Museum, University of SAEmail: email@example.comPhone: 08 8302 9235