UQ Architecture Lecture Series with Rodney Eggleston

Rodney Eggleston

Lengths of reclaimed timber envelop the grand staircase March Studio created at the entrance to Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Photo by John Gollings

We are pleased to have Rodney Eggleston speak at our next UQ Architecture lecture on Tuesday 5 April.

Melbourne-based Rodney Eggleston (1981) is an Australian architect and a founding director of March Studio. Eggleston was trained at RMIT University and has been a part-time lecturer in design.

Eggleston worked two years at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam and returned to Australia in 2007 to set up March Studio with Parisian graphic artist Anne-Laure Cavigneaux (1980).

Since then, March Studio has won numerous awards and has been published worldwide. The firm was awarded the World Interior of the Year prize in 2015 for its design of a sculptural timber lobby and bar at Canberra's Hotel Hotel.

Lengths of reclaimed timber envelop the grand staircase March Studio created at the entrance to Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Photo by John Gollings

When:

Where: SLQ Auditorium 1, level 2, State Library of Queensland

Cost: Free

Register: Eventbrite

Architectural professionals who attend the series will be eligible for two formal continuing professional development points (CPD). This event will also be livestreamed.

2016 UQ Architecture Series is presented by the University of Queensland School of Architecture and the Asia Pacific Design Library.

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