Architecture is about people; from the moment we are born into a room, each of us will have a distinct and personal relationship with the space around us. It is in architecture that we work and rest, it’s where we fall in love, where we protest; architecture changes behaviour, it unites and divides, provides shelter and inspiration.
Amidst a backdrop of expanding populations, urban migration and tightening purse strings; we’re going on a journey around the city as we seek to investigate questions of spatial relations, architectural anthropology, humanitarian architecture, advocacy and intervention.
We have a range of speakers from across four continents including Australia. Each of these is positioned to contribute a unique perspective around the theme of people through the varied lenses of their own particular practice.
• John Gollings, Melbourne
• Laurent Gutierrez, Hong Kong
• Phil Harris and Adrian Welke, Adelaide/Perth
• Lucy Humphrey, Sydney
• Steve Larkin, Ireland
• Sandra Manninger, USA
• Paul Memmott, Brisbane
• Jeremy McLeod, Melbourne
• Paul Pholeros, Sydney
• Anna Rubbo, USA
• Julie Stout, New Zealand
• Veronika Valk, Estonia
• Tone Wheeler, Melbourne
Plus more speakers to be announced shortly!
The Congress is arguably a once in a life time opportunity that every upcoming Architect needs to experience. With People as the theme, the Congress is shaping up to be an event not to be missed.
Tickets are on sale now with more information available at wp.architecture.com.au/people
If you have any questions, please call the Institute National events team on (02) 6121 2000, or email firstname.lastname@example.org