APDL: North by Northwest Lecture Series

Local and global architectural culture

Presented by the State Library of Queensland and The University of Queensland

Interested in design? Join forward-thinking, creative designers and architects at this weekly lecture series, discussing and debating a diverse set of industry relevant topics. Be educated, inspired and get insight into the day-to-day and continuing issues and solutions faced by the contemporary designer.

Tuesdays, 15 Mar – 24 Jun | 6pm drinks & 6.30pm talk
slq Auditorium 1, level 2, State Library of Queensland
FREE, no bookings required

15 Mar Material matters in architecture with Anupama Kundoo (New York)
22 Mar Next generation learning spaces with Hamilton Wilson (Brisbane)
29 Mar Durbach Block Jaggers with Neil Durbach (Sydney)
5 April Specificity that surprises with m3architecture (Brisbane)
12 Apr Genius Loci | Spirit of place with Stevens Lawson Architects (Auckland)
19 Apr Here, there and everywhere with Justine Clark (Melbourne)
  No session over Easter break
3 May Towards a 2π Dimensional Architecture with Simon Anderson (Perth)
10 May Body sense: Architectural language with Go Hasegawa (Tokyo)
17 May Architecture in Victoria with Geoffrey London (Melbourne) 
plus Mark Lee (Johnston Marklee, Los Angeles)
24 May Shifting from analysis to form with Jeffrey Inaba (Los Angeles)

I’m especially looking forward to the last one, as Jeffery Inaba was someone I tried to track down in New York, and was especially interested in his media and C-Lab work.  

“C-Lab, the Columbia Laboratory for Architectural Broadcasting, is an experimental research unit devoted to the development of new forms of communication in architecture, set up as a semi-autonomous think and action tank at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. Founded in 2005, C-Lab collaborates with Archis and AMO on Volume, an independent quarterly for architecture to go beyond itself.”


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