Deerubbin Weekend Architecture Conference 2016 is a weekend conference held at Milson Island that aims to unite participants and guest speakers, running from March 11–13.
December 24th, 2015
+ Uncle Max Dulumunmun Harrison, Aboriginal Elder of the Yuin People
+ Gabriel Poole, Queensland legend, still practising on the Sunshine Coast
+ Lene Tranberg, Lundgaard + Tranberg, leading woman architect from Denmark
+ Antoine Perrau, architect from the tropics of Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean
+ Professor Brit Andresen, UQ , Andresen + O’Gorman, Norway, Stradbroke Island
+ Julie Stout, Mitchell + Stout, with David Mitchell, Auckland, New Zealand
+ Christine Major, Welsh and Major, with David Welsh, Chippendale, Sydney
+ Ingerid Helsing Almaas, Editor, Arkitektur N, the Norwegian architectural review
+ Peter Stutchbury, award winning architect Newport, NSW, AIA Gold Medallist 2015
+ Richard Leplastrier, seminal architect and teacher, Pittwater, NSW
+ Convener, Lindsay Johnston, former Dean of Architecture, University of Newcastle
The Deerubbin Weekend Architecture Conference 2016 is run by the Architecture Foundation Australia, a not-for-profit organisation that has, since 2001, presented the annual Glenn Murcutt International Architecture Master Class, now attended by participants from over 75 countries. The Foundation has also presented an annual Architecture Student Summer School since 2005, and Master Classes in the Blue Mountains, New Zealand, Ireland, South Africa, Chile, and USA. It has toured the exhibition ‘Glenn Murcutt – architecture for place’ in Australia and internationally to Austria, Belgium, Canada, Finland, Scotland, Slovenia and the USA, and published the definitive book on architect Peter Stutchbury.
Date: March 11–13
Location: Milson Island, Hawkesbury River
For information and to apply: ozetecture.org
Conference fee: AUS$800+GST, which includes bunk house share accommodation, all meals, ferry transfers.
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