Our best Architects are due to hold another NZ Master Class in September this year.
August 3rd, 2009
The Architecture Foundation Australia is once again holding their New Zealand Master Class at Awaroa Lodge in the Abel Tasman National Park with Richard Leplastrier, Peter Stutchbury, Ian Athfield and Lindsay Johnston.
Supported by the Miles Warren Foundation, the fifth in the NZ Master Class series invites practising architects, academics and postgraduate students to spend six days with the tutors, who will provide small group of attendees with expertise, conversations, workshops and tutorials in Architecture.
The New Zealand Master Class costs AU$3000 for four-share lodge accommodation and AU$3300 for twin-share resort room, which includes food, accommodation, transfers from and to Nelson Airport and Awaroa Lodge.
To register your interest for the Master Class beginning on Sunday 27 September please contact the Lindsay Johnston firstname.lastname@example.org or visit ozetecture.org for details and registration forms.
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