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  • 2018 Venice Architecture Biennale ‘Repair’ Australian Pavilion – Shepparton Art Museum, unrealised design competition entry (pictured above: render by KTA)
  • 2018 Hong Kong Business of Design Week ‘Think, Collaborate, Create’ feat. Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria Cranbourne Visitor Centre
  • 2014 Women in Design: Fortyfivedownstairs Gallery
  • 2013 Architectural Urbanism: Melbourne/Seoul, curated by Melanie Dodd
  • 2009 Portraits + Architecture: National Portrait Gallery ACT
  • 2008 Abundant: Venice Biennale
  • 2008 Out of the Square: Beach Architecture on the Mornington Peninsula, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
  • 2007 Living in the Modern: Australian Architecture, Berlin Germany, DAZ (Deutsches Architektur Zentrum), featuring 25 Australian architects
  • 2007 Out From Under: Australian Architecture Now, San Francisco Chapter of The American Institute of Architects, curated by Anthony Bourke
  • 2006 AAA Exhibition & Symposium: Singapore
  • 2004 New Trends of Architecture in Europe and Asia-Pacific 2004–2005: Selected as sole Australian Architect for inclusion in the Opened in Lille 2004, travelling to Hong Kong, Tokyo, Cork, and Melbourne
  • 2004 Melbourne Masters Architecture: TarraWarra Museum of Art
  • 2004 Beijing Architecture Biennale
  • 2000 “Occupations”: Seppelt Contemporary Art Awards: Environmental Design Category. MCA, Sydney
  • 1998 Five From The Fifth Continent: Architecture from Australia, Galerie am Weissenhof, Stuttgart, Germany

Shepparton Art Museum, unrealised design competition entry: 2018 Venice Biennale ‘Repair’ Australian Pavilion

“Located on the banks of the Goulburn River in a flood zone, Wright said Thompson’s proposal took its design cues and the way the building was conceived from allowing the Goulburn river to flood through the ground plain. “That’s an approach to environment we are keen to promote, where buildings work with natural systems rather than obstruct them.” —Louise Wright, 2018 Venice Biennale Australian Pavilion co-curator