Albert Rex is a final semester landscape architecture student in the Master of Landscape Architecture at RMIT University. His research focuses on the value ambiguous design can contribute to commonly held public space as a pragmatic alternative to more typical, highly prescriptive design interventions. Albert works part time at Bush Projects Art and Landscape Architecture and tutors into Design History & Theory in the Making, a foundation subject in the Bachelor of Design at the University of Melbourne.
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