The third session of the 2017 UQ Architecture lecture series will feature Jeremy McLeod, the founding Director of Breathe Architecture.
Presented by Asia Pacific Design Library, the annual UQ Architecture lecture series brings together forward-thinking architects and provocateurs who are each engaged in the generation of new knowledge, ideas and strategies within the field of architecture.
The free weekly lectures are designed to inspire participants, widen their knowledge base, and help them gain valuable insight into the design processes and solutions of the contemporary architect. The 2017 UQ Architecture lecture series began on 21 March and will continue until 23 May.
Breathe Architecture is a team of dedicated architects that has built a reputation for delivering high quality design and sustainable architecture for all scale projects. Specialising in sustainable urbanisation, the architecture firm is focussed on delivering more affordable urban housing to Melbournians.
Having designed The Commons housing project in Brunswick, Breathe is currently collaborating with other Melbourne architects to deliver the Nightingale Model, an open source-housing model led by architects. Jeremy McLeod believes that architects, through collaboration, can drive real positive change in Australian cities.
Architectural professionals who attend or watch the series will be eligible for two formal continuing professional development (CPD) points.
The free lecture series is presented by SLQ's Asia Pacific Design Library in partnership with the UQ School of Architecture.
Jeremy McLeod will deliver his lecture on Tuesday 4 April 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM at the SLQ Auditorium 1, Level 2, Asia Pacific Design Library, Brisbane.