Lecture 1 : Martyn Hook
from Iredale Pedersen Hook
Wednesday 4 September, 6.00pm
Iredale Pedersen Hook is motivated by the belief that all people should have access to excellent affordable design in their homes, workplaces, schools, recreational and cultural precincts.
They deliver projects with a triple-bottom-line sustainable design. Their Yagan Square Project in Perth celebrates connections to land and Indigenous culture, winning numerous awards at the 2019 WA Architecture Awards.
Lecture 2 : Jerry Wolveridge
from Wolveridge Architects
Wednesday 11 September, 6.00pm
Established in 2000, Wolveridge Architects is a medium-sized architectural studio, internationally recognised for their highly considered projects and how they integrate with their environments.
They have received more than 30 Institute and industry awards including The Premier Award for the Hill Plains House in the 2011 Australian Interior Design Awards.
Lecture 3 : Rebekah Clayton and Michelle Orszaczky from clayton orszaczky
Wednesday 18 September, 6.00pm
Co-founders Rebekah Clayton and Michelle Orszaczky create beautiful places for people to live in. clayton orszaczky is a Sydney-based residential practice that also works on rural, coastal and interstate projects.
clayton orszaczky’s Beach House was shortlisted for the Houses Award in 2018.
Lecture 4 : Michael Roper
from Architecture Architecture
Wednesday 25 September, 6.00pm
As leaders in next-generation design, the practice strives to foster an awareness of the built environment and its social effects. Whether it’s designing a backyard shed or a city skyline, Architecture Architecture’s design philosophy is underpinned by a firm belief in the potential of architecture to foster positive environments at all scales of building.
Architecture Architecture pursues intelligent well-crafted solutions, unlocking the latent ambitions of client, site and city.