The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane

Architecture, design and urbanism from the Asia Pacific.

The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane is one of the key events of the Asia Pacific Architecture Festival, bringing together high-profile practitioners from across the region to “explore the innovative thinking and transformative projects creating new world cities for the emerging Asian Century.”

This year’s event, which has a focus on water, features architects and thinkers from Indonesia, Thailand, Japan, China, Singapore, New Zealand, India and Australia.

The lineup includes:

  • Realrich Sjarief, RAW Architecture (Jakarta, Indonesia)
  • Kotchakorn Voraakhom, Landprocess (Bangkok, Thailand)
  • Takeshi Komada, Komada Architects (Tokyo, Japan)
  • Xu Tiantian, DnA Design and Architecture (Beijing, China)
  • Philip Cox, Cox Architecture (Sydney, Australia)
  • Erik L’Heureux, Pencil Office (Singapore)
  • Julie Stout, Mitchell Stout Dodd Architects / Urban Auckland (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Gurjit Matharoo, Matharoo Associates (Ahmedabad, India).

For further information head here.

Event details
Friday, 13 Mar 2020 Past event
Auditorium 1 and Queensland Terrace, State Library of Queensland
Stanley Place,  Brisbane,  Qld
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