AA Prize for Unbuilt Work 2021

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Dulux Gallery, Melbourne School of Design

corner of Masson and Spencer road

University of Melbourne

Parkville, VIC 3052

Australia

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Panel Discussion: AA Prize for Unbuilt Work 2021

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To celebrate the relaunch of the AA Prize for Unbuilt Work after a decade-long hiatus, Architecture Australia presents a discussion that explores the many ways in which architects engage with serious world challenges.

Rory Hyde, 2021 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work juror, will be joined on the panel by Julian Anderson, director at Bates Smart, which won the 2021 AA Prize for Unbuilt Work; Lauren Garner, architect at Kerstin Thompson Architects and shortlisted entrant; and Jacqui Alexander, director at Alexander Sheridan Architecture, which was also shortlisted.

AA Prize for Unbuilt Work 2021

Exhibition opening: 18.00 - 20.30

Panel discussion: 18.30 - 19.30

Date: Wednesday, 31 March 2021

Location: Dulux Gallery, Melbourne School of Design, Glyn Davis Building

Panel discussion

Katelin Butler (AA), Chair

Rory Hyde (MSD), Moderator

Julian Anderson (Bates Smart). Winner - A Treasure Trove of Space - Rethinking Melbourne’s Car Parks

Lauren Garner (Kerstin Thompson Architects). Shortlisted - Civic Interruptions

Jacqui Alexander (Alexander Sheridan Architecture). Shortlisted - Tenancy does not equal title

Biographies

RORY HYDE: Rory Hyde is an Associate Professor in Architecture (Curatorial Design and Practice) at the Melbourne School of Design, in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. Before joining the Faculty, Rory spent seven years working as the Curator of Contemporary Architecture and Urbanism at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Throughout his career as a designer, writer and curator, Rory’s areas of interest have always been grounded in the ways in which new forms of design practice can benefit the public good, and how the role of the contemporary designer can be redefined.

KATELIN BUTLER: Katelin is the Editorial Director at Architecture Media. Prior to her appointment as editorial director, Katelin was the design portfolio manager at Architecture Media, editor of Houses (2010-2018) and assistant editor of Architecture Australia (2005–2009). She has coedited three books, been a peer juror, exhibition curator, guest university critic and speaker at various industry events and conferences.

JACQUI ALEXANDER: Jacqui Alexander is a Senior Lecturer in Architecture at Monash Art Design and Architecture, and Director of Alexander & Sheridan Architecture. Jacqui is also founding editor of POST Magazine, an independent Melbourne and Paris based architecture magazine. Her doctoral research explores the influence and potentials of digital platforms to shape future living and future practice.

JULIAN ANDERSON: Julian Anderson is a Director at Bates Smart and has extensive experience in leading large architectural teams. With experience in Australia and the UK, Julian has a passion for projects that provide an opportunity to shape our cities and improve how our communities work, live and play. His broad sector experience incorporates commercial, residential, hospitality, infrastructure and urban design projects.

LAUREN GARNER: Lauren is an Architect at Kerstin Thompson Architects. She has undertaken practice, research, and studies both in Melbourne and overseas. She is interested in the role infrastructure plays in the making of societies, and how to find meaning in modern times. Lauren gained substantial experience working for Snohetta on the proposed masterplan and redevelopment of Arts Centre Melbourne, QPAC in Brisbane, and is currently working on the Whitehorse Performing Arts Centre. She is a sessional tutor at RMIT University, where she received the inaugural Peter Corrigan Medal for her Thesis, Civic Interruptions, the project of her extended investigation, and AA Unbuilt submission.

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Dulux Gallery, Melbourne School of Design

corner of Masson and Spencer road

University of Melbourne

Parkville, VIC 3052

Australia

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The Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, incorporating the Melbourne School of Design (MSD), is a creative and people-oriented built environment faculty in Australia’s leading research-intensive university.

 

We’re passionate about activating the next generation of built environment professionals, providing a world-recognised education which inspires and enables our graduates to create and influence our world.

We teach across the built environment fields, making us unique among Australian universities, and part of a select group worldwide. This mix of expertise enables us to prepare our graduates to design solutions for an unpredictable future.

Our staff and students are busy visualising exciting and relevant ways of programming our cities. Melbourne, ranked as the world’s most liveable city, is a fantastic city in which to become and be an expert in the built environment fields.

Researchers and industry practitioners teach our programs and are leaders in public conversations about our cities and regions, shaping policy development and transforming Australian practice.

The Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning hosts the Bachelor of Design, a comprehensive range of built environment graduate programs, the Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute (MSSI) and Australian Urban Research Infrastructure Network (AURIN).

The University of Melbourne established an Architectural Atelier in 1919 and one of the first Bachelor degrees in Architecture in 1927. Our lively culture of exploration manifests in our classrooms, studios and research enquiry, complemented by lectures, forums and exhibitions. Our cultural diversity is one of our strengths: students and staff have come to Melbourne from over 50 countries. We have a strong alumni body who hold leadership roles across Australia and the world.

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