Mirror neurons are a family of neural cells considered to be the neurological base of imitation. I used this scientific element as a starting point to reflect on how different people follow the same way of thinking. It’s a projection on personal feelings such as solitude, detachment, shyness and the urge to connect with others.
In association with the Architecture Foundation Australia, Round was commissioned to design Peter Stuchbury’s first retrospective titled ‘Under the Edge’. This comprehensive publication brought together the work of Peter Stutchbury Architecture for both the Australian and international architectural scenes.
The book focuses on fourteen major projects, none of which have been previously published, with explanatory texts, sketches, plans and new photography by Michael Nicholson. Additionally one of Peter’s lectures has been visualized alongside critical writings on his practice by national and international peers.
A collection of ‘Projects in Brief’ covers seminal works of his early practice. Also included are a pictorial chronology of all his works and a section on his working studio.
Temporary Repositories is an exhibition that examines contemporary cinema in Singapore, its display and its conservation. The collaterals were designed to mimic the translucent white cases of DVDs presented on shelves for the archive in terms of dimensions and materiality. Overlaid monospace text reflects the transient archival process employed in this show.
Journalisten is a monthly magazine sent out to union members of the Danish Union of Journalists.