The Australian Institute of Architects has revealed its fringe event program to complement the 2017 National Architecture Conference in Sydney.
To be held between 4 and 6 May, the schedule includes open studios, walking tours, design masterclasses, and networking events.
Particular highlights are tours of the BVN, Cox Architecture and Grimshaw Architects Sydney offices, a drawing class with David Holm (Director of Transport and Infrastructure at Cox), and a guided tour of the Sirius apartment building with Tao Goffers.
Organised by the Institute and curated by National President Ken Maher and Professor Helen Lochead, this years’ National Architecture Conference returns to Sydney for the first time in seven years. It will be called ‘Praxis: Process. Propositions. Production’ and will be one of the first events to be held at the new International Convention Centre Sydney designed by Hassell and Populous.
Access to fringe events is an exclusive benefit for conference delegates. For further details, and to purchase tickets, click here.