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Neil Durbach is a principal of Durbach Block Jaggers, a small Sydney office committed to the search for the possibilities of architecture itself – its power and poetry; its pleasure and necessity.
Join Neil as he shares the principles and practices of Durbach Block Jaggers..
The Brisbane Grammar Schools’ new integrated learning facility, The Lilley Centre, was recently selected by the OECD Centre for Effective Learning Environments to be part of their international compendium on innovative learning spaces. The Lilley Centre commission, won by Wilson Architects through a design competition, was also the progeny of a two research projects with The University of Queensland in next generation learning spaces. Join Hamilton Wilson as he outlines how research informed the practice and became critically embedded into the development of The Lilley Centre.
Jason is a member of Inkahoots design studio. The studio began in 1990 as an artist run, community access screen printing collective, and is now recognised around the world as a leading model of alternative visual communication practice. Their history is a close relationship with the community, cultural, and arts sectors as visual advocates and activists.
Speakers: Jason Grant
When: Wed 9 Nov 2011, 6:30 pm - 07:45pm
Where: slq Auditorium 1, level 2, State Library of Queensland
Duration: 00:51:32 minutes
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