APDL Lecture Series: Searching, researching


NBMW Architecture Studio, Melbourne, was established by Nigel Bertram, Lucinda McLean and Marika Neustupny in 1997. The practice has since undertaken projects ranging from urban studies of small regional and coastal towns to inner city residential buildings. The work has a strong emphasis on site specificity and working across a range of scales to achieve far reaching economical outcomes, and it has been broadly published and awarded.

Marika Neustupny teaches at RMIT University in architectural design and urban research. She is co-author with Nigel Bertram and Shane Murray of By-Product-Tokyo, RMIT University Press. Lucinda Mclean currently teaches architectural design at both RMIT and Monash University in Melbourne. This session was presented by Andrew Wilson from UQ School of Architecture.

APDL Lecture Series 2012

Speaker:
Marika Neustupny and Lucinda Mclean (NMBW Architecture Studio, Melbourne)

Date: Tuesday 20 March 2012

Place: Auditorium 1, Level 2

Time: 6:30pm – 7:30pm

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