The Local Project

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SUPPORTING & Showcasing The Local Design Community

Stuart Vokes and Aaron Peters will discuss their architectural projects in the intimate setting of their studio workspace.

Curated and introduced by architects Sam Rigoli, Michael Zanardo and Casey Bryant, the Architecture on Show talks presented by Inner West Council Libraries.

Finn's lecture will articulate the process by which strong influences have informed his approach to architecture and how they manifest in Hachem's oeuvre.

A major mid-career survey of the cinematic video works of Australian artists Sonia Leber and David Chesworth.

Visit three studios and learn about the behind the scenes information on the featured projects by Place Design Group, CUSP and Vee Design.

The Long Table series will host a discussion focused on gender equity to highlight the AILA Gender Equity Project recently co-launched with Parlour.

The series broadens design discourse by showcasing the work of emerging and contemporary designers often overlooked by major publications.

A sociologist, urban planner and an economist will interrogate the affordability crisis and offer new ways of thinking about how we could live better.

This walking event wiill raise questions about the intersections of creativity, design and conservation in the making and remaking of the city.

Martin Tomitsch introduces a human-centered design framework for interactive applications as an interface between citizens and smart city systems.

Discussions in Sydney and Melbourne with researchers, industry professionals and community leaders to challenge practice and maximise pubic interest.

The University of Sydney will celebrate their Centenary with a keynote feature by internationally renowned architect, Daniel Libeskind of Studio Llibeskind.

Nick Law, the Creative Officer of Publicis Groupe, will give the keynote lecture at the University of Sydney School of Architecture to launch the Centenary symposium.

Cathedral Thinking is a full day symposium as part of the Centennial Series, celebrating what has been achieved in the last 100 years, and what is next.

Led by the WORKAROUND Curatorium, this episode is a chance to ask some of the questions that Naomi Stead poses in her writing for the exhibition.

As a part of WORKAROUND, the Super Salon episode brings Australia’s Parlour and Architecture + Women • New Zealand together in a public conversation.

From August 16-18, Australia’s leading design and art exhibition, DENFAIR, will launch its first Sydney Edition at the Hordern Pavillion.

The way we think about building is long overdue. A fundamental shift needs to take place in how we perceive the built environment.

Inner West Council Libraries will host the Inner West Built Environment Awards: Heritage and Sustainability.

This year’s Forum, ‘Shaping Society,’ extends the conversation beyond the focus on ‘liveability’ to explore design's contributes to social wellbeing and urban transformation.

RMIT's Master of Disaster, Design and Development will host The Architecture of Humanity, a talk by architects Yasmeen Lari and Eric Cesal.

Navigating Novation & Protecting Design will discuss the common contracts used by large architectural practices and convey how the role of architects varies considerably between these contracts.

Tony Owen Partners explores digital and parametric design in residential and urban architecture.

The founders of Design Lab, Mary Lou Maher and John Gero, will talk about the early days and ideas for creating Design Lab and why it was important.

A workshop on the proliferation of computer-numerically controlled (CNC) fabrication machinery and integral joints to construct timber buildings.

The Melbourne School of Design will host a seminar exploring Robin Boyd's legacy through his architecture, correspondence and archive.

Architects Kim and Monique Baber of Baber Studio will speak about the influence of Gaston Bachelard's work, The Poetics of Space (1958), among others.

The Design Coach presents an investigation into hospitality designs of the future as discussed by Samantha Eades of Samantha Eades Design

The Design Coach presents a Brett Mickan investigation on how to confidently take your clients to the next level with beautiful concepts.

The Design Coach presents a two hour class investigating the considered design approach of AESOP as discussed by Rowan Lodge.

The National Sustainable Living Festival is the celebration of moving forward in sustainable, everyday practices - the largest of its kind in Australia.

Through their design studio they investigate topics such as masonry structures, space of political debate, renewable materials and virtual architecture.

The founding director of Breathe Architecture discusses revolutionary new housing model, Nightingale,and his visionary approach to residential development and ambitious for his newest project.

Named in 2012 by Debrett’s as one of ‘Britain’s 500 Most Influential’, Alison Brooks, the Principal and Creative Director of Alison Brooks Architects will be presenting the Dean's Lecture.

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