2016 UQ Architecture Lecture Series

Are you passionate about all things architecture and design?

 

 

The UQ Architecture lecture series will bring together cutting-edge architects and leading design thinkers who will bring new knowledge and challenge existing paradigms in the world of our built environment. In this invaluable lecture series you will think, learn and discover more about contemporary architecture both on the local and international stage.

The eight-week long lecture series will deliver diverse perspectives from pre-eminent architects practising in Asia and Australia.

The first two lectures in the series will be part of the inaugural Asia Pacific Architecture Forum (APAF). As the first lecture coincides with the APAF opening night, it will be live video-streamed into SLQ Auditorium 2 for audience overflow and to allow students to attend.

Please register for this event separately. Architectural professionals who attend the series will be eligible for two formal continuing professional development (CPD) points.

 

 

 

 

 

UQ Architecture Lecture with  Moon Hoon + APAF Opening Night

Date: 1 March
Speaker: Moon Hoon – Moon Hoon, Seoul

Time: 5.30pm for 6:30pm start – 8pm

Where: SLQ Auditorium 1 & 2, Level 2, Stanley Place, South Brisbane

Register: Eventbrite

 

UQ Architecture Lectures 

8 March
Speakers: Yo Shimada – TATO Architects, Kobe Japan and Paul Hotston – Phorm, Brisbane

15 March
Speakers: Lara Nobel + Andrew Carter – The Tiny House Company, Brisbane

22 March
Speaker: Richard Kirk – Kirk Architects, Brisbane

BREAK (no lecture on Tue 29 March)

05 April
Speakers: Rodney Eggleston – MARCH Studio, Melbourne

12 April
Speaker: Kieran Wong – CODA Studio, Perth

19 April
Speaker: Juliet Moore, Edwards Moore, Melbourne

26 April
Speaker: Kevin Low – Small Projects, Kuala Lumpur

 

Time: 6:00pm for 6:30pm start – 8pm

Where: SLQ Auditorium 1, Level 2, Stanley Place, South Brisbane

Register: Eventbrite

 

These events are often fully booked, so please register early to secure a seat on the night!

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