Asia Pacific Architecture Forum

Presented from 1 to 14 March, the 2016 Asia Pacific Architecture Forum will bring together leading architects from across the region.

The two week long forum will host a range of events, including exhibitions, installations, lectures, workshops and a symposium which will engage architecture enthusiasts, professionals, educators, students and children alike.

The Asia Pacific Architecture Forum will promote architecture’s pivotal role in the culture, sustainability and economy of the region.

Programming for the forum will reflect the diversity of the countries, cities and people of the Asia Pacific region, and explore the way new world cities are responding to the opportunities and challenges of the Asian century.

Highlights from the program include an Architecture Asia Pacific Symposium; University of Queensland Architecture Lecture Series; Vo Trong Nghia’s Fugitive Structures installation; and Little Designers workshops.

The Asia Pacific Architecture Forum is a collaboration between founding partners Architecture Media and State Library of Queensland; presenting partners Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, BVN and the Museum of Brisbane; event partners University of Queensland School of Architecture, Australian Institute of Architects, Artisan and the Australian High Commission Singapore; and is presented in association with The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) – The 8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemproary Art.

The full program will be available at the Asia Pacific Architecture Forum website.


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State Library of Queensland
Stanley Pl,  South Brisbane,  Brisbane,  Qld,  4101,  Australia

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