The ACT Chapter of the Australian Architects Institute and the National Gallery of Australia present four engaging lectures by award-winning Australian architects. The series is sponsored by BCA Certifiers.
Dates + times
Wednesdays 3, 10, 17 and 24 September
Starting 6.00 pm
James O Fairfax Theatre
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- Series ticket $75, $70 concession, $60 members/Institute members, $40 students
- Single tickets $25, $22.50 concession, $20 members/Institute members, $15 students
- BOOK ONLINE HERE
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Or by phone 02 6240 6701
Banner image: John Wardle, Shearers Quarters. Photo: Trevor Mein
Sponsored by BCA Certifiers.
Lecture 1: John Wardle
Wednesday 3 September | 6pm
A practice of many ideas and a passion for the story of a project, won Australia's most prestigious residential architecture prize two years in a row. John Wardle Architects is also the winner of a national competition to redesign Northbourne, a major public housing complex in Canberra. Website: John Wardle Architects
Image: John Wardle, Shearers Quarters. Photo: Trevor Mein
Wednesday 10 September | 6pm
John Choi and Tai Ropiha will give an overview of their practice - CHROFI Architects - through critical themes exploring the fertile ground between people, architecture and the world. They will present recent and current works including Lune de Sang in Byron Hinterland, Stamford on Macquarie residential tower in Sydney and The Goods Line collaboration with ASPECT Studios. Website: CHROFI
Image: Lune De Sang. Photo: Brett Boardman
Lecture 3: BE Architecture
Wednesday 17 September | 6pm
A Melbourne based practice which specialises in residential, commercial architecture and interior design, will discuss the notion of 'appropriateness in architecture'. They will show concepts developed from a search for appropriate materials, forms and language within their work.
Website: BE Architecture
Image: BE Architecture, Vaucluse. Photo: Peter Clarke
Lecture 4: March Studio
Wednesday 24 September | 6pm
A practice whose work includes retail interiors, houses, arts initiatives and boat interiors. Rodney Eggleston and Anne-Laure Cavigneaux of March Studio are known for their inventive shops for Aesop and, most recently, the retail outlet 'Sneakerboy' and the recent ACT Architecture award winning project Hotel Hotel.
Website: March Studio
Image: Hotel Hotel. Photo: John Gollings