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    International guest speakers and industrial workshops aplenty at Country architecture conference

    International award winning guest speakers, industrial workshop tours and the annual architecture awards dinner will be some of the highlights of the 2015 NSW Country Division Annual Conference in September this year.

    The 2015 NSW Country Division Annual Conference, ‘WE'VE COME SO FAR, SO FAR - Architectural History Informing The Future’, will be held at the Rydges Mount Panorama in Bathurst, NSW from 22 September to 25 September 2015.

    Technical Program

    Wednesday 23 September

    Chris Johnson

    CEO NSW Urban Taskforce

    Role of Government Architects – Social & Political

    Robert Morris-Nunn

    Circa Morris Nunn Architects

    Exploring regional responses to historical settlements via concept, politics, and outcome

    David Travalia

    David Travalia Architect

    Exploring the identity of regional architecture in the context of historical and urban form

    Evening

    Eat Bathurst Dine Around

    Thursday 24 September

    Hannah Tribe

    Tribe Studio

    Residential architecture affecting the public realm

    Ed Blakely

    Future Cities Collaborative

    Future Cities Collaborative and the possible future for regional cities in Australia

    Rod Simpson

    Future Cities Collaborative

    Future Cities Collaborative and the possible future for regional cities in Australia

    Evening

    NSW Country Division Architecture Awards

    Friday 25 September

    Tone Wheeler

    environa studio

    A sustainable architecture of experimentation

    Craig Chatman

    Arkit - advanced prefabrication architect

    Pre-fabricated housing for a 21st Century

    Andrew Burns

    Andrew Burns Architect

    Collaboration – small architects going big

    Evening

    Farewell Dinner

    Registration

    Conference registration for the 2015 NSW Country Division Annual Conference is currently open online via the Country Division event page at architecture.com.au. Registration at the early bird rate will close on 10 August.

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