Zenith proudly supported and showcased the graduating class of Interior Architecture 2017 UNSW, at their Sydney showroom.
Working closely together and collaborating with the student lead exhibition team since January, the Eclectic Electric exhibition night celebrated the achievements and the journey the student’s embarked on.
The 2017 capstone project encompassed the revitalisation of the White Bay Power Station, a heritage listed former coal-fired power station on a 38,000m2 site, surrounding a large part of the Bays Precinct Sydney Urban Transformation Program, under Urban Growth NSW. The brief emphasised spatial strategy with a focus on innovation, accessibility, style and public activation.
With no detail left unchecked, the exhibition featured a bar with flowing drinks and an abounding grazing table.
Accommodating 90 graduating students, their family and friends, and the A&D community, over four hundred people packed the Zenith Showroom.
Congratulations to the class of 2017!