UQ Architecture lecture — Michael Rayner
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This annual lecture series brings together forward-thinking architects and provocateurs who are each engaged in the generation of new knowledge, ideas and strategies within the field of architecture.
The sixth presenter for 2015 is Michael Rayner, principle director of the award-winning international firm Cox Rayner Architects. Cox Rayner is well known in Brisbane for structures such as Kurilpa Bridge, One One One Eagle Street and the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. The firm is currently working on designing the new CityCat ferry terminals to ensure future flood resistance; the first of these is now open at Milton.
Michael has been an Adjunct Professor in architecture at The University of Queensland for the past twelve years, was formerly President of the Australian Institute of Architects, and was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2011 for his contributions to architecture in Australia and the Queensland community.
Join us to hear this internationally renowned architect from our very own Brisbane soil as he discusses architectural issues facing us here in Queensland and beyond.
The series commences on 10 March and runs weekly on Tuesday evenings (excluding 7 April) at 6.30pm, with networking and refreshments from 6pm. If you can't make it to the event, watch the live stream online or check out recording after the event on Design Online.
Come along to widen your knowledge base, be inspired and gain valuable insight into the design processes and solutions of the contemporary architect.
Architectural professionals who attend the series will be eligible for 2 formal continuing professional development (CPD) points.
- Tue 21 Apr 2015, 6:00 pm - 07:30 pm
- SLQ Auditorium 1, level 2
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