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Private Vices or Virtues? Architects in Search of Aesthetics of Resistance...

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The School of Architecture, The University of Queensland

Jocks Road

Saint Lucia, QLD 4067

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The School’s Architecture | Theory | Criticism | History Research Centre (a|t|c|h) warmly invites you to the public lectures of the upcoming Private Vices or Virtues? Architects in Search of Aesthetics of Resistance Symposium on the 20th and 21st of July, 2017.

The symposium seeks to explore how the unique set of conditions typical of an architect's own home allows for radical forms of social and environmental experiments in living.

Russell Hall

Discussing his personal residence, designed in 1982

Thursday, 20 July, 5:30 to 7:00 pm

Philip Goad (University of Melbourne) and Isabelle Doucet (Manchester University)

Discussing ‘radical’ examples of architects’ own houses from Australia and Belgium

Friday 21 July, 5:00 to 7:00 pm

Both evening lectures will take place at the UQ School of Architecture social space on level 3. Please register for each lecture using the different ticket types.

Find out more information about the Private Vices or Virtues? Architects in Search of Aesthetics of Resistance Symposium HERE.

Please note that this single Eventbrite covers both lectures on the 20th and 21st of July.

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