Program

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SESSIONS

Friday
Session1

In this session Gregg Pasquarelli and Caroline Bos will address the theme of risk and focus on the ways in which their work engages risk as a productive element within their work.

 

Session2

Dialogue 1
In this session Suzannah Waldron and John Choi will present a single project each, then discusses those projects with Deborah Saunt.

Dialogue 2
In this session Camilla Block and Paul Morgan will present a single project each, then discusses those projects with Cynthia Davidson.

Dialogue 3
In this session Finn Pedersen and Kristin Green will present a single project each, then discusses those projects with Gregg Pasquarelli.

Session3

InDEPTH Panel Discussion – Planning + Architecture: Lost in Transition A session in collaboration with the Planning Institute of Australia. For a more in depth description of this session please click here. Panellists for this session include John Daley, Gregg Pasquarelli, Caroline Bos, Mitchell Silver and Cheong Koon Hean.

InDEPTH Panel Discussion – Discipline

Today’s professional environment is fragmenting, while technologies are expanding. Numerous specialists now performs roles that impact design decisions. The question arises, what is the specific non-transferrable role that the architect now performs? Panellists for this session include Kasper Jensen, Manfred Grohmann, Caroline Bos and Donald Bates.

Session4

 

In this session Deborah Saunt and David Gianotten will address the theme of risk and focus on the ways in which their work engages risk as a productive element within their work.


Saturday
Session5

In this session Jeremy Till and Amanda Levete (Video Presentation) will address the theme of risk and focus on the ways in which their work engages risk as a productive element within their work.

Session6

InDEPTH Panel Discussion – Culture Is architecture losing its seat at the cultural high table? Is the popularity of iconic architecture symptomatic of its growing irrelevance from everyday life? Panellists for this session include Deborah Saunt, Cynthia Davidson, Ian McDougall and Andrew Mackenzie.

InDEPTH Panel Discussion – Pedagogy Do students learn enough of what they need in order to become tomorrow’s architects? Does the struggle for employability negate transformative thought? Panellists for this session include Jeremy Till. Vivian Mitsogianni, Anthony Burke and Donald Bates.

Session7

Dialogue 4
In this session Ben Hewett and Jeremy McLeod will present a single project each, then discusses those projects with Caroline Bos.

Dialogue 5
In this session Juliet Moore and Charles Wright will present a single project each, then discusses those projects with David Gianotten.

Dialogue 6
In this session Thomas Bailey and Hannah Tribe will present a single project each, then discusses those projects with Kasper Jensen.

Session8

In this session Kasper Jensen and Cynthia Davidson will address the theme of risk and focus on the ways in which their work engages risk as a productive element within their work.


Venue
The 2015 National Architecture Conference takes place from 14 to 16 May.

On Thursday 14 May, fringe and social activities will take place including the official opening Party. For details on more exciting fringe events, visit the ‘Events‘ page.

On Friday 15 May and Saturday 16 May the main conference sessions will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.To view a location map of the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre click here.

The award-winning Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is Australia’s most versatile convention and exhibition facility. As the first 6 Star Green Star environmentally rated convention centre in the world, MCEC represents leadership in sustainability, best practice and innovation and continues to raise standards in technology, imaginative catering and service options. Visitors looking for a truly Melbourne experience will find it all here at the MCEC – art, entertainment, culture, food and wine all set among an iconic architectural design.

 

 



Please contact the Institute’s national events team with any enquiries:
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