GET YOURSELF TOGETHER:
In theory, the architectural design process should be simplified by new technologies; in practice, it's now more complicated than ever. There are more stakeholders and more experts claiming a role in decision-making, and more contexts, each with constraints to understand. In confronting this challenge, how do we get ourselves together?
Join the discussion in Canberra at AA Roundtable 07.
Stuart Candy, foresight and innovation leader at Arup Australasia; blogger on forward thinking, media, activism and design as "the sceptical futuryst".
Ben Hewett, South Australian Government Architect and executive director of the Integrated Design Commission SA, a multidisciplinary, cross-government advisory team.
Catherine Townsend, director at Townsend and Associates Architects, lecturer at the University of Canberra, participant on architectural juries and government special interest panels.
Harold Guida, partner at Guida Moseley Brown Architects, with forty years of international experience across architectural, interior and urban design projects, including Australia's Parliament House.
5:30 – 7:30 pm, Thursday May 31
Level 9, 121 Marcus Clarke Street
for this free event.
Numbers are limited.
(03) 8699 1000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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