Event – The Architecture and Philosophy Public Lecture series for 2008 – commences 7 February
Find below details of a public architecture lecture series that touches issues of urban design – which could include sustainability!
ARCHITECTURE+PHILOSOPHY PUBLIC LECTURE SERIES 2008 LAUNCH: THURSDAY, 7 FEBRUARY 6:00pm AT BMW EDGE, FEDSQ
Architecture+Philosophy returns for the fourth year in 2008. The monthly public program provokes engagement with questions of contemporary urbanism, planning, technology, space, system, design, distribution and other issues in the productive overlap between the two disciplines.
Opening the series is Prof Richard Blythe, Professor in Architecture and Head of the School of Architecture + Design at RMIT, and a founding director of the architecture practice Terroir. Full details will appear on the website: http://www.architecturephilosophy.rmit.edu.au/. All sessions are free and there is no need to RSVP.
Architecture+Philosophy is curated by Esther Anatolitis and Dr HÃ©lÃ¨ne Frichot, and presented by RMIT Architecture and Design and Federation Square. New to the series as Guest Curator in 2008 is Chelle Macnaughtan.
The full 2008 program will be advertised shortly. Presentation proposals are still welcome – Contact the curators with your proposal by Friday, 15 February.