March 3rd, 2014
Episode 309 of 346 episodes
REVIEW show, 400th episode of The Architects Rory Hyde is back for it - join us in the studio. We talk about his new role as architecture curator at theV&A in London We review White Night Iinterview withMirko Zardini, director of theCanadian Centre for Architecture NEWS and EVENTS • POST Magazine Issue 04 Public Launch as part of Melbourne Now Sunday March 02, 3PM at the Reading Room exhibition at the NGV Australia, Federation Square, Free magazines, Floor talk with POST contributors Marcus Westbury and Eleanor Chapman, followed by drinks at Beer Deluxe • PROCESS talk at Loop Bar Mon 3 March 6.30pm -WORK - LIFE -Stuart Harrison,Thihoa Gill,Kart Projects -Has the thought of anything outside architectural practice got you sweating like a gypsy with a mortgage? • MELBOURNE NOW "Ideas In Action" Forum -Passion and Position – Is architecture and design culture alive and well in Melbourne?WITH SpeakersIan McDougall, Founding Director of ARM Architecture;Vivian Mitsogianni, Deputy Dean and Head, RMIT Architecture + Urban Design;Fleur Watson, Curator RMIT Design Hub and Guest Curator (Architecture), MelbourneSoumitri Varadarajan, Deputy Dean RMIT Industrial & Interior Design;Susan Cohn, Jeweller and Trustee at NGV; Thur 27 Feb 6–7.30pmVenue Theatre, Ground Level,The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square • ARM Design Talks (Melbourne Now Exhibition), ARCHITECTURE AND THE FUTURE OF THE CITY, Speakers include Vivian Mitsogianni, Howard Raggatt, Nigel Bertram, Craig Douglas, MARCH 8 @ 3pm, NGV STUDIO, NGVA FEDERATION SQUARE, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square, Ground Level, NGV Studio
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