The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art has announced the Cities of Architecture lecture series – a range of talks exploring the design and cultural histories of eight iconic cities.
December 19th, 2016
The Cities of Architecture new lecture series from the ACCA is set to focus on the recent contemporary architectural, urban and significance of our world, through the lens of eight different locations.
Cities of Architecture will bring together architects, writers and experts to discuss the art, philosophy, social history and popular culture of each city. Kicking off on February 16, the year will see a series of eight talks that reveal how we live, interact, play and grow in different urban landscapes.
16 Feb – Program launch at MPavilion
20 March – Tokyo, Japan. With Marika Neustupny, Director, NMBW Architecture Studio
10 April – Venice, italy. With Stuart Harrison, Director, HAW.
15 May – Houston, USA. With Donald Bates, Director LAB architecture studio.
19 June – Madrid, Spain. Presented by Qianyi Lim, Founding Partner and Architect at SIBLING.
17 July– Shanghai, China. Presented by James Brearley, Partner Brearley Architects & Urbanists (BAU)
14 August – Barcelona, Spain. With Mark Burry, Executive Architect, Sagrada Familia Basilica
18 September – Isfahan, Iran. With Justine Clark, writer, editor.
16 October – Guadalajara, Mexico. With Diego Ramirez-Lovering, head of architecture, Monash University.
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