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Six Degrees Architects

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Six Degrees Architects is an Australian architectural practice based in Melbourne, Victoria. It was formed in 1991 by six architecture graduates sharing a studio in Richmond. The Six Degrees name was inspired by the Nylex Clock in Richmond that displayed a cold 6º one night. The name also circumvented the requirement for architectural registration in the early years of the practice and a reflection of the status of the six partners having six Bachelor of Architecture degrees. Graduating in the recession, invention was the mother of necessity, whereby recycled and salvaged materials became part of their architectural language. This approach played out in their own funded project, Meyers Place bar that later received the inaugural Melbourne Prize.
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