Urging the public question their environment on a daily basis, the CORNERS project is a series of billboards installed from the airport along the 'gateway' leading into Sydney city.

Urging the public question their environment on a daily basis, the CORNERS project is a series of billboards installed from the airport along the ‘gateway' leading into Sydney city.  A collaboration between five local architects, the project was derived from a similar public art exhibit by Barcelona-based architect Manuel de Sola-Morales, and formed as part of the Sydney Architecture Festival.  Stephen Collier, instigator of the project was fascinated with the integral, but often overlooked role corners play within our environment.  Working alongside architects Neil Durbach, Rachel Neeson, Nick Murcutt and Marcus Trimble; the team created two billboards, now located at South Dowling and Flinders Street.

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