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The Architecture Symposium, Hobart

The Architecture Symposium, Hobart is a unique opportunity to join a small group for a weekend of learning, inspiration and camaraderie in Tasmania. An architectural “getaway,” the weekend will include both a boutique symposium program in Hobart and a guided visit to John Wardle Architects’ Bruny Island farm and residences. The symposium program in Hobart will explore architecture through art, making and the landscape.

Led by John Wardle, the tour will visit Captain Kelly’s Cottage, winner of a number of awards including the 2018 RIBA Award for International Excellence, and the Shearer’s Quarters, which recieved the Robin Boyd Award for Residential Architecture in 2012.

Attendees are eligible for three formal and two informal CPD points.

To buy tickets, go here.

Symposium speakers

Andrew Burns – Andrew Burns Architect (Sydney)
James Grimley – Reiach and Hall Architects (UK)
Peta Heffernan and Elvio Brianese – Liminal Studio (Hobart)
Poppy Taylor and Mat Hinds – Taylor and Hinds (Hobart)
Jad Silvester and Penny Fuller – Silvester and Fuller (Sydney)
Cazú Zegers – Cazú Zegers (Chile)

The Architecture Symposium, presented by Architecture Media, is part of Design Speaks, a series of talks, seminars, forums and conferences on and about architecture and design, for design professionals and their clients and interested members of the wider community.


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University of Tasmania
17 Liverpool Street,  Hobart,  Hobart,  Tas,  7000,  Australia

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