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The Blurred Centre designed by Master of Architecture student Haroula Karapanagiotidis aims to invite the public realm of Docklands within. The project explores the blurred condition between public space and paid spaces for theatre, dance and galleries. Haroula developed this project in response to the ‘More of Less Design Studio’ led by John Bahoric (engineer, Office of the Victorian Government Architect) and Andrew Walter (WALTER&WALTER).