De-constructing Architecture: Post-Modernism
12 February, 2019
Melbourne, VIC, Australia
De-constructing Architecture: Post-Modernism – the Academy of Architecture
With many fascinated by the postmodernist architectural influence on the breadth of today’s most celebrated work, the period of the 1900’s to the 2000’s marked by brutalism, deconstructivism and formatic expression, led to the construction of much more than it may have intended.
As the last part of the six-part series by the Academy of Architecture (AOA), this presentation will outline a historical timeline with careful look at the initiation and influence of the novel architectural movements listed above. Important focus will shed light on the world landscape, the environment and urban planning, prominent buildings and architectural styles, detailing, architectural personalities, methodology, notable achievements and the biggest challenges that will encourage change going forward.
This series will provide insight into how the field of architecture has changed the world, how different structures and materiality came to be and how the period of post-modermisn has refined the outcome and future of the field.
Date and time: Tuesday 12 February 2019, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm AEDT
Location: 152 Elizabeth St, WeWork – Room 4A, Melbourne, VIC 3000, Australia
Please don’t hesitate to contact AOA for queries or further information.
Please note, all attendees will receive a digital presentation of the material for them to review and refer back to at their leisure.