A New Face
Installation Concept
2021


︎ Uni Project

A seriously playful addition to The National Gallery of Victoria. This installation proposal aims to attract a new audience to the gallery after COVID restrictions are lifted.

The brutalist architecture is juxtaposed with a massive child-like face. This design is a nod to the Lunar Park entrance, giving the NGV an inviting and viabrant appearance.


Something Appealing
Installation Concept
Melbourne Museum

︎ Uni Project
︎ Sculpture

After incubating in a concrete bollard, a mandarin is mysteriously revealed at the Melbourne Museum.

This playful installation aims to bring the magical atmosphere of the Melbourne Museum to its outdoor space. Through revealing something unexpected, I hope to inspire young minds to imagine what may lie behind everyday objects.

An accompanying poster visualises the hide-and-reveal nature of the sculpture, creating a sense of intriuge and confusion.



The Green Inbetween
Green Space Concept, Brand Identity
2020

︎ Uni Project
︎ Placemaking

Outside of parks, city life is barren. The Green Inbetween is a network of gardens that brings nature to Melbourne’s everyday. With room for natural life to flourish in the city streets, Melbournians from all walks can share tranquil experiences that reconnect them in a disconnected, post-pandemic world.

Inbetween buildings
Inbetween A and B
Inbetween You and I

The Green Inbetween reimagines Melbourne’s underutilized common ground to celebrate experiences that cultivate community, optimism, and growth away from environmental decline.


Recycled Window House
Architectural Concept
2019

︎ Self Initiated

A dream house / earthship.
Made with recycled windows, this structure ponders the poetics of windows. Each day you look through windows that other people once watched the world through.

Photograph source: Robert Anasch


© Finn Stewart 2022
Reform is for the children