Tag: The Architecture Symposium
At The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane, held on 13 March 2020, eight speakers reflected on the theme of water, refracting their architectural output through its unifying, yet mutable, lens.
What, if anything, is a house? This one-day symposium will explore genre-bending houses that combine the function of living with something else.
Andrew Burges explores four key strategies to enhance architecture’s power in collective city-making, as demonstrated by the 16 inspiring projects presented at the 2019 Architecture Symposium, Sydney.
Ted Quinton reviews the inaugural Architecture Symposium, Hobart, a “weekend of learning in the Tasmanian landscape” that included a day filled with international and local speakers and a tour of John Wardle’s projects on Bruny Island.
Scott Petherick reviews The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane, which took place at the State Library of Queensland on 15 March.
Giving voice to Australia’s world-class architects.
Eight architects representing the diversity of architecture and design across the Asia Pacific region will appear at The Architecture Symposium Brisbane.
The Asia Pacific Architecture Forum will return to Brisbane from 13 to 26 March, 2019.
At The Architecture Symposium Sydney, an event billed as giving voice to Australia’s world-class architects, Mark Raggatt found the day full of questioning and hope.
The Architecture Symposium, Brisbane returns to the State Library of Queensland on 15 March 2019.
The founders of American-Italian practice Lot-ek are the final speakers to be announced as appearing at The Architecture Symposium 2018 on 16 March.
The 2018 Architecture Symposium will bring together 12 built environment practitioners from across the Asia Pacific region for a one-day event that explores the future of architecture in the region.