Behind the scenes with 2BScene Design

Behind the scenes with 2BScene Design
1 CPD Non Technical

Behind the scenes with 2BScene Design

06/10/2021 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM AEST 


Event overview

Luciano Bologna’s ‘Undulating Cubes’ won the Design Matters National Building Design Award for best New House Over $3M in 2020.

The project brings truly iconic design to an undulating landscape, creating deliberate contrast. In creating the design, Luciano took inspiration from a series of individually-sized cubes. He shaped, angled, and construed the rectilinear form, creating different profiles and angles to deliver a final result that's sculpturally significant, without hindering the practical requirements of the residence. Come behind the scenes of Undulating Cubes with Luciano and find out about his other similarly impactful past designs and what he’s working on in 2021.

About the Presenter


Luciano Bologna

Luciano Bologna is the Director of 2BScene Design, a multi-disciplined building design firm. He has been in the building design and construction industry for more than 25 years. From an early age, Luciano was interested in the design of houses. Growing up, Harry Seidler was his architectural idol and he was inspired by the world of Santiago Calatrava. With a strong background in engineering combined with his instinctive flair, he explores and pushes the boundaries in his designs. He likes to make a statement and is responsible for some quirky, bold and dynamic building designs across Melbourne suburbs.

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