Aug //Kunshan in China has been selected as a National Sponge City demonstration site
Jul //Kick-off Master of Architecture Studio 29 Water Spectacle at Uni Melbourne
Jun //Markus' Uni Melbourne students were shortlisted at Milan Navigli Canal Challenge Competition
Apr //XPACE are runner-up at the Rethinking the Future Awards 2022
Oct //Cataloguing a future City: Melbourne Cool Lines! review by Alban Mannisi in Landscape Australia
May //XPACE works is showcased at City X Venice, Italian Virtual Pavilion 2021, Biennale Architettura
Apr //Water Urbanism Lecture, M.Jung @ Swinburne University
Feb //Interview @ ABC Radio National, blueprint for living: Cool Cities

//M. Jung is panelist @ Festival for Urbanism
Industrial Lands and Spaces: Urban renewal, work and gentrification in cities

  //Interview & Review, Monash Lens: A vision for Cremorne, a Melbourne suburb like no other 
Jun //Maud's PHD defense during lockdown @ RMIT's Practice Research Symposium AUS, 7 Jun 2020 
  //Watch Maud's PhD defense: Working with the Urban Sitegeist: dynamic practices and interactivity
  //Download Maud's dissertation via RMIT's open access repository
Mar //Opening: Melbourne Cool Lines! exhibition @ NGV's Melbourne Design Week 2020
Oct //Expert comment by M. Cassaignau on: Will relocating Indonesia's capital prove a success story? 
  //Exhibition: Coastal Adaptation through Changing Modes of Practice @ Design Research Conference
Aug //Our book Building Mixity! is shortlisted for the AUS Urban Design Awards 2019 in the category 'Leadership Advocacy and Research'
Mar //Featured in TV documentary- Designing Future Cities: Using Technology to put people first
  //Exhibition at NGV Melbourne Design Week, Melbourne: Megacity
Dec //Building Mixity! will be at the Hong Kong design Week BODW2018
Sep //Our engagement in Cremorne has impacted real world with new Commercial Zone 3
  //We are invited speakers @ Design Research Conference 2018 at University of Sydney
  //Exhibition: The Melbourne Section @ Annual Design Research Conference at USYD
Jun //ABC Radio National, blueprint for living interview about Building Mixity!
  //Book launch 2: Building Mixity! @ Practice Research Symposium RMIT
  //M. Cassaignau is invited speaker @ Cultural Economy after Neo-Liberalism
  // Book launch 1:  Building Mixity! @ Glasshaus Cremorne
May //Book Building Mixity! Cremorne 2025/37.83°S/144.993°E  about Cremorne and Melbourne's urban development available for sale, preview here
Jan //M. Cassaignau is speaker @ Remaking Cities, 14th Urban History Planning History Conference
Sep //XPACE are invited speakers at the Design and Architecture Practice symposium [DAP_r
  //M. Jung students win Australian Institute of Architects 2017 students ideas competition
Jun //Our China projects, as part of the CRCWSC, received the Award for Excellence in Innovation
by the Minister for Science and Innovation in Canberra
Apr //XPACE +SWA & Monash exhibited at pop up shop and exhibition in Batemans Bay 
Mar //Batemans Bay: public domain studio at Monash University
Nov //Sponge City article published in Inflection 03 - New Order, AADR Spurbuchverlag
Oct //M. Jung conference presentation at 9th AASA "Project to Practice: Innovating Architecture" 
  //M. Cassaignau + M. Jung: AASA 9th International Conference, Conference Proceedings_Papers
Sep //M. Cassaignau co-organizes conference Design Beyond Boundaries-Intersection of Architects & Engineers (MADA+LSAA)
Jul //M.Cassaignau invited to transdisciplinary 6th Innovative Summer Program at Southeast University Nanjing about Water Sensitive Urban Design for Xijin Ferry Historical Street, Zhenjiang
Apr //M. Jung speaks about Sponge Cities at Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu, China
Dec //Web launch of transdisciplinary Sponge City project for Kunshan, China
Nov //M. Jung speaker at the international seminar "Water and Historical Cities", SEU Nanjing
Oct //Book launch "Perspectives on Architectural Design Research" featuring Cremorne2025
Sep //XPACE & SWA commissioned to review building heights of iconic Batemans Bay town centre
  //Fieldtrip to Kunshan and Yangtze River Delta, China
Aug //M. Jung at water sensitive cities workshop, City of Canning AUS
Jul //M. Jung and M. Cassaignau commissioned for Kunshan Studio II in China
  //M. Jung's credo 'Architecture is not about Form but Formations of People' is the motto of the 2015 Australasian Student Architecture Congress
Jan //CREMORNE2025 featured on MoMA's Uneven Growth website
Nov //Website launch Kunshan Studio China
  //CREMORNE2025 presented at the Venice Biennale: Design Research Symposium NZ-exhibition
Sep //Kunshan Studio presented at the Water Sensitive Cities Conference
Aug //Field trip to Yangtze River Delta in China: Shanghai - Kunshan - Suzhou - Nanjing
Jul //M.Jung teaches Kunshan Studio in China, in collaboration with CRC Water Sensitive Cities
Feb //Article The Melbourne Section in architect Victoria
  //Copper Fish is featured in Architecture Européenne
  //The Melbourne Section featured in SJB Cities Program 
  //Website launch of territorial studio The Melbourne Section
Nov //Geneva 2020 featured in Book 'Designing cities' By Prof. Schenk, Birkhaeuser
Oct //Article about CREMORNE2025 and PlanMelbourne in Urban Melbourne
Sep //XPACE present CREMORNE2025 at the 6th Urban Design Conference in Sydney
Jul //We are speakers at the Community Forum on Fishermans Bend: The Future of Our inner Suburbs
Jun //Exhibition of the CREMORNE2025 urban design research at the blockprojects gallery
Apr //M. Jung is moderator + presenter at 43 UAA in San Fransico: New Directions in Urban Planning
Jan //XPACE housing project featured in Architecture of Apartments in the World by Huazong University press
  Climate sensitive urban design strategies presented at On Sustainability Conference Japan
Oct //M. Cassaignau is realising wine tasting spaces with Lizzie Hamer 
Jun //M.Cassaignau + J.Lee's students win children's choice Artplay award for cardboard pavillion
May //Cremorne 2025 event + exhibition
Apr //Copper Fish featured in Special Edition Zinc Copper of AMC le Moniteur
Mar //Article by M. Jung: 'CITYSPEAK! metaphor for cities with future' in trans 20 Relevanz
Dec //Copper Fish featured in Ditt Hus, Norway
Aug //Roentgenstrasse featured in BauNetz
Jul //Design review of multi-storey housing Roentgenstrasse in hochparterre
Jun //XPACE relocate to Melbourne Australia
  Copper Fish published in the New Home Extensions book
  ZHDK students build temporary pavilion at the Festival of Arts 2011, Zurich CH
May //APCd gallery Fribourg CH: exhibition + publication launch of 'temporary cardboard shelters
Apr //Multi-storey housing Roentgenstrasse completed, Zurich CH
Sep //M. Jung is teaching at the MAS-Spatial Design at the ZHDK
Aug //XPACE sketches are exhibited at the Venice Biennale 2010
Feb //Luxembourg project selected for archithese Swiss Performance 10
Nov //XPACE are workshop tutors at the joint master of architecture at the hes.so
Sep //M. Cassaignau is appointed as professor at the university of applied sciences hes.so in Fribourg
Aug //Construction site Multi-storey housing Roentgenstrasse started
Jul //House extension in Luxembourg is completed
Apr //M. Cassaignau is guest critic at ETH for the student competition Hotel Hertenstein with Prof. Eichinger
Jun //XPACE lecture at the Bauhaus Kolleg, Bauhaus Dessau Foundation
Apr //M. Jung is guest critic at Prof. Girot's DesignLab 'Landflow' at the NSL, ETHZ
Jan //XPACE lecture 'urban strategies' at the University of Liverpool
  //Workshop at the International Winter School, University of Liverpool: Multipli-Cities