CHANNEL 31 is planning the fourth series of Sacred Spaces, a show about architecture, urban planning and buildings in Melbourne, where each week an architect or builder is interviewed about their favourite building in the city - their sacred space.
The new series - 13 films each about 12 minutes long - will examine architecture in regional Victoria and Melbourne. The new show will be broadcast on C31 TV on Wednesday, September 5, at 8pm and will run for 13 weeks.
Venues filmed so far are: the Theatre Royal, Castlemaine, with Paul Hassall of the Building Designers Association Victoria; Port Phillip Estate Winery, Red Hill, with Roger Wood from Wood/Marsh Architecture and Joseph Correnza, of Arup; Murtoa Stick Shed, Horsham, with Jim Norris from Heritage Council of Victoria; Seymour Railway Refreshment Room with Jill Garner, associate Victorian Government architect; Dandenong Regional Government Services Office with architect Robin Deutschmann, of HASSELL; and Rod Laver Arena with Ian Hopkins, chief executive of Norman Disney & Young.
Confirmed films are the RMIT Swanston Academic Building with architect Adrian Stanic, of Lyons; Ormond College Academic Centre with architect John Lee, of McGlashan Everist, and master Rufus Black, of Ormond College; Serrata Apartments, Docklands, with architect Robert Stent, of Hayball; and John Wardle Architects new office, Collingwood, with principal John Wardle.