The 2019 National Architecture Conference promises two provocative days in Melbourne from 20 to 22 June dealing with the question of the role of the architect in a rapidly changing world.
The speakers will address the conference theme, “Collective Agency,” in direct and indirect ways. Curators Monique Woodward, founding director of Wowowa Architecture, and Stephen Choi, a UK-registered architect and executive director of the not-for-profit Living Future Institute of Australia, have chosen speakers that can address delegates using both their architectural practice and a passionate critical eye.
A fringe program will also offer a lively range of activities to supplement the conference.
For more information, visit the conference website.
2019 National Architecture Conference speakers:
Lesley Lokko – University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Marina Otero Verzier – Het Nieuwe Instituut, Netherlands
Marcos Rosello – All Design, United Kingdom
Emanuel Admassu and Jen Wood – AD-WO, USA
Farzin Lotfi-Jam – Farzin, USA
Momoyo Kajima – Atelier Bow-Wow, Japan
Sol Camacho – Raddar, Brazil
Elisapeta Heta – Jasmax, New Zealand
Jeremy McLeod – Breathe Architecture, Australia
Olivia Hyde – NSW Government Architects Office, Australia
Sarah Lynne Rees – JCBA, Australia
Dhakshayini Sooriyakumaran – Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility, Australia
Laura Harding – Hill Thalis, Australia
Mauro Baracco and Louise Wright – Baracco and Wright, Australia
Genevieve Murray and Joel Sherwood-Spring – Future Method, Australia
Libby Porter – RMIT University, Australia
Scott Fry – Loving Earth, Australia
Cecille Weldon – Centre for Liveability Real Estate, Australia
David Tickle – Hassell, Australia
Ros Moriarty – Balarinji, Australia
Poppy Taylor and Mat Hinds – Taylor and Hinds Architects, Australia
Gregory Burgess – Gregory Burgess Architects, Australia
- Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC)
- 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf, South Wharf, Melbourne, Vic, 3006, Australia