The ACT Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects and the National Gallery of Australia present four engaging lectures by award-winning Australian architects.
Dates + times
Wednesdays - 9, 16, 23 and 30 September
Starting 6.00 pm (doors open 5.30pm)
James O Fairfax Theatre
National Gallery of Australia
Series ticket (four lectures) EARLY BIRD PRICE
$60 members/Institute members
Lecture 1: Charles Wright
Wednesday 9 September | 6pm
Charles Wright leads a contemporary design practice with offices in Melbourne and Port Douglas. The firm possesses award winning major project experience and specialist technological capabilities to develop iconic and sustainable solutions to complex problems.
Website: Charles Wright Architects
Charles Wright Architects, The Edge. Photo: Patrick Bingham-Hall
Lecture 2: MAKE Architecture
Wednesday 10 September | 6pm
MAKE is a Melbourne based architectural practice with a strong focus on quality and a passion for good design. Their buildings are designed to respond to the seasons and careful thought is put into how spaces are occupied.
Website: MAKE Architecture
Image: MAKE Architecture, Elm Street.
Lecture 3: Elenberg Fraser
Wednesday 17 September | 6pm
Elenberg Fraser is an architecture practice operating across the Asia-Pacific region with hubs based in Melbourne, Sydney and Ho Chi Minh City. They work across diverse typologies – from multi-residential hospitality spaces and hotels, commercial offices and interior architecture.
Website: Elenberg Fraser
Image: Elenberg Fraser, Zumbo Melbourne. Photo: Peter Clarke
Lecture 4: Tribe Studio
Wednesday 24 September | 6pm
As Principal of Tribe Studio, Hannah Tribe has built the reputation of the practice, recognised for design excellence in its built and conceptual work in residential, urban design, installation and interiors. The practice currently has a team of seven architects working on projects all over Australia, the UK and in the US.
Website: Tribe Studio
Image: Tribe Studio.