Architecture and Cultural Identity

David Gianotten.

David Gianotten.

OMA Asia Pacific director David Gianotten presents a lecture on why it’s important to immerse yourself in a city in order to appropriately design for its culture at the Wheeler Centre on Monday 15 September. Gianotten’s talk draws on the research conducted for the Venice Architecture Biennale.

Hosted by Virginia Trioli, this talk is part of the Architecture in the City series which asks, “How does architecture influence our cities – and the way we live? And what do we need to consider when we’re designing major buildings?” It is presented in association with Naomi Milgrom Foundation and the Australian Institute of Architects.

15 September 2014
6.15 pm – 7.45 pm
The Wheeler Centre
Free
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176 Little Lonsdale Street,  Melbourne,  Vic,  Australia
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