The Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences announces that leading international architect Sir David Adjaye OBE will be speaking at the Powerhouse Museum in Ultimo, Sydney next month.

Adjaye will give a lecture on his practice, his working process and his innovative approaches to architecture in the cultural landscape.

As the founder and principal architect of Adjaye Associates, Adjaye has designed several highly celebrated cultural spaces including the Nobel Peace Centre in Oslo, the Whitechapel Idea Store London, and the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington. Well known for collaborating with contemporary artists on art and installation projects, he also holds solo exhibitions, is collected by major institutions and has a long history of teaching and publishing.

Presented by the MAAS Centre for STEAM (Science, Technology Engineering, Art and Mathematics), the lecture will be held at the Powerhouse Museum, 500 Harris Street, Ultimo on Wednesday 15 February 2017, 6.30–8pm.

Cost: $45–$65