Brisbane will be the next stop for the 2015 Droga Architect in Residence road tour and joint resident Morten Gregersen of Copenhagen’s NORD Architects is set to make the keynote for the event.
Fresh from his March 30 lecture held at the Sydney Opera House, Gregersen will now present to the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane on April 21, drawing on his projects with NORD Architects to display a new way of designing that engages multiple parties and considers a wide range of social repercussions.
Architecture for Collective Impact will offer a collaborative platform model that engages and includes new alliances and value between the public, civic and private sectors. Gregersen will also discuss the role architecture and urban areas play in creating collective impact and social change for a common agenda.
Gregersen and his co-founder, Johannes Molander Pedersen are joint recipients of the 2015 Droga Architect in Residence program, an initiative of the Australian Institute of Architects Foundation.
Full Event Details
Lecture: Architecture for Collective Impact
Presenter: Morten Rask Gregersen, partner NORD Architects, Copenhagen
Location: Cinema A, Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane
Date: Tuesday 21 April, 6:30 – 7:30pm
Tickets: $20 - $55 (member discounts available)