Regardless of where one sits on Australia’s architectural spectrum, we need to respond to landscape. Whether our preferred reference point is remote bush, suburban vernacular, dense city or Country, many of us understand our work in relation to our own ideas about landscape.
Graham Burrows will be sharing insights into Monash University Gillies Hall at Architecture Media's upcoming event in Sydney, 'The Architecture Symposium: A Broader Landscape'.
Curated by Kerstin Thompson and Phillip Arnold, the Symposium will interrogate how architects practising in Australia use (or mis-use) the term ‘landscape’ to many different ends.
It will seek to expand and adapt our understandings to account for the specific histories and practices that have enabled occupations of this land for millennia. And it will explore the ways we can amplify diverse ideas about landscape to inform our architectural practice.
The Architecture Symposium: A Broader Landscape
Friday 18 November – Saturday 19 November 2022
Art Gallery of New South Wales
The Domain, Art Gallery Road
Sydney NSW 2000
Find out more about the program or book tickets via the Design Speaks website here.