SYMPOSIUM: Current Issues in Australian Architecture and Urban Planning
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13. September 2007
SYMPOSIUM: Current Issues in Australian Architecture and Urban Planning at the Berlin City Hall
Accompanying the exposition “Living the Modern_Australian Architecture” the DAZ has organised the following symposium within the Asia-Pacific-Week Berlin, Urban Sustainibility Conference (USC), Building Technologies: "Current Issues in Australian Architecture and Urban Planning".
The Lectures are presented by leading Australian architects on the balance of public and private spaces, site-specific architecture, alternative energy sources and recycling natural resources together with the specificities of modernism in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Tasmania. All lectures are in english and free of charge.
10:00 am Terroir (Richard Blythe and Gerard Reinmuth)
Between preservation of identified wilderness places and the economic enticement to develop tourism infrastructure in Tasmania
10:45 am Fender Katsalidis Architects (Karl Fender)
Sustainability and prevention of urban sprawl in Melbourne
11:30 am Turner Associates (Nicolas Perren)
The Minimal Invasive Architecture
12:15 am McBride Charles Ryan (Drew Williamson)
Alternative visions for urban sustainability
2:00 pm Andresen O'Gorman (Brit Andresen)
Landscape-Building Relationships - Potentials for integration with the landscape
2:45 pm Donaldson + Warn Architects (Geoff Warn)
South East Asias influence on Western Australian city's identity and the nature of its residential suburbs
1:30 pm IPH Architects (Adrian Iredale)
Sustainable design in social housing on different contexts, social conditions and cultures
4:15 pm Lippmann Associates (Ed Lippmann)
Large scale urban projects in Sydney and alternatives to conventional building technologies against the backdrop of 70% carbon reduction
Please register (formless) under firstname.lastname@example.org. Participation is free of charge!
Location: Berlin City Hall, Rathausstraße 15, 10178 Berlin, S + U Alexanderplatz