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Contemporary Architects 2013 Speaker Series

Dates + times

Wednesdays 4, 11, 18 and 25 September
Starting 6.00 pm
James O Fairfax Theatre

Listen to the lectures

Bookings essential

  • PLEASE NOTE:
    Series tickets & Lecture 1 (Glen Murcutt) sold out Tickets for Lectures 2, 3 and 4 are still available
  • 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
    Or in person at the NGA information desk

Top image: Magney house, Bingie Bingie, Architect Glen Murcutt Photo by Michael Nicholson


Sponsored by BCA Certifiers.

For the past 17 years the ACT Chapter of the Australian Architects Institute and the National Gallery of Australia have been presenting the engaging and exciting Contemporary Australian Architects Speaker Series sponsored by BCA Certifiers, which showcases the work of renowned Australian architects.

For Canberra’s Centenary year 2013 a special lineup has been put together. Pritzker prize-winning architect Glenn Murcutt will open the series with a Q&A session. 2013 Emerging Architect prize-winning architect Clare Cousins will present in the second week. Grand Designs Australia presenter Peter Maddison will present his own work in the third week with the accomplished Renato D’Ettorre concluding the series.

Presented in association with the ACT Chapter Australian Institute of Architects and sponsored by BCA Certifiers.

Glen Murcutt - Sold out

6pm Wednesday 4 September

Magney house, Bingie Bingie, Architect Glen Murcutt Photo by Michael Nicholson

Clare Cousins

6pm Wednesday 11 September

Beach house, Mornington, Architect Clare Cousins
Photo by Shannon McGrath

Peter Maddison

6pm Wednesday 18 September

Bastow Institute, Peter Maddison
Photo by Michael Nicolson

Renato D'Ettorre

6pm Wednesday 25 September

Solis house, Hamilton Island, Renate D'Ettorre
Photo by Mads Mogensen