The inaugural Asia Pacific Architecture Forum (APAF) – a two-week forum designed for architecture enthusiasts, professionals, educators and students – officially launched in Brisbane this week.
March 2nd, 2016
The Asia Pacific Architecture Forum includes a program of exhibitions, installations, lectures, workshops, and a one-day symposium featuring leading practitioners from the region.
Highlights of the Forum include: Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation’s Green Ladder pavilion, designed by award-winning Vietnamese Vo Trong Nghia Architects, which aims to reconnect city dwellers with the natural environment; the ArchitectureAP Symposium, a one-day conference with internationally renowned keynote speakers; Living in the city: New architecture from Brisbane and the Asia-Pacific, a Museum of Brisbane exhibition featuring models of unbuilt work by architects from Queensland and Brisbane’s Asia Pacific sister cities; and the UQ Architecture lecture series, featuring leading local, national and international architects.
For full programme details visit –
Asia Pacific Architecture Forum
Asia Pacific Design Library (APDL)
Photography by Dianna Snape
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