The architecture community will flock to Sydney in late September to see Indy Johar’s keynote for the 2016 Sydney Architecture Festival.
The British architect and co-founder of Zero Zero collaborative studio will participate in the Festival’s conference Project to Practice: Innovating Architecture on 30 September and doubt will bring a good crowd to the University of Technology.
Ahead of the conference, which has been directed by Gerard Reinmuth of Terroir architects, NSW Architects Registration Board Registrar Timothy Horton and University of Technology Sydney’s Anthony Burke, we thought we’d share a recent keynote from Johar to get you excited for the event.
In this keynote, delivered at conference Sweden, Johar takes on the important task of zooming out, discussing multi stakeholder systems and what a 21st century town hall should look like.
See our sneak peak coverage for the Sydney Architecture Festival here