Architecture for Collective Impact

Danish practice Nord Architects will present a keynote lecture at the Sydney Opera House on Monday 30 March, 2015.

Founders Johannes Molander Pedersen and Morten Rask Gregersen are the 2015 Droga Architects in Residents. The Architecture for Collective Impact lecture is the only one jointly presented by the architects, who are splitting their time at the Droga Apartment designed by Durbach Block Jaggers.

As a practice, Nord Architects work from a collaborative platform, engaging alliances with public, civic and private sectors to achieve “collective impact” and social change. Their lecture will discuss the how this process of developing architecture and urban areas can commit different sectors to a common agenda. The pair will talk through recent examples of the projects including healthcare institutions, learning facilities, expansive urban strategies and community developments.

Monday 30 March 2015
6:30–7:30pm
Tickets: $20-55 (discounts apply for students and members of Australian Institute of Architects) Places are limited. Booking here.

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Utzon Room, Sydney Opera House
Benelong Point,  Sydney,  Sydney,  NSW,  2000,  Australia
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