Island architectures of place and displacement

Julian Worrall is an Australian architect, scholar, and critic based in Tokyo, where he is Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Studies at Waseda University’s Institute for Advanced Study.

After taking a doctorate at the University of Tokyo in 2005, Julian worked as an architect at OMA in Rotterdam. A contributing editor for Icon magazine, his writings have been widely published and translated.

His most recent book is 21st Century Tokyo: A Guide to Contemporary Architecture.

This session was presented by Andrew Wilson from UQ School of Architecture.

Presented by State Library and The University of Queensland.

Where: slq Auditorium 1

When: 1 May 2012

Duration: 1:22:52 hr

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