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Superspecialisation: Views from the front lines

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EVENING CPD | 1.5 CPD POINTS

Specialisation can offer immense professional reward: recognised expertise, business efficiency, the chance to lead your field and to focus on the work you most value – creatively, financially or ethically.

So which specialisations offer career success for architects in 2019? What are the pathways to achieve the required expertise and experience? And importantly, is it for you?

Hear directly from leading architects practising in a range of specialised fields at this 1.5 CPD point evening talk.

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Gabrielle Morrish is a registered architect in NSW and the UK and has practiced extensively as an urban designer and architect in both countries.

Gabrielle established GMU as a leading urban design and architecture practice in 2004. Since that time she has undertaken numerous significant urban design projects including revitalisation strategies and master plans for new towns and major redevelopment sites in Sydney and regional NSW. GMU also specialises in the preparation of Planning Proposals that consider site opportunities based on the true context of the site, its location and role within Sydney.

During her career Gabrielle has been responsible for or contributed to many of the initiatives that have changed design quality in the state, including Design Excellence in the City of Sydney, The Residential Flat Design Code as part of SEPP 65 and the Design Guidelines for Seniors Living. She has provided advisory expertise on committees and design review panels, and is highly awarded for her work in urban design.

Gabrielle is also well known as a highly experienced Urban Design Court expert with the Land and Environment Court.

Jayne Harrison is Principal and Founder of JDH Architects, an award winning Sydney based architectural firm, synonymous with the creation of innovative contemporary learning environments. With over two decades of experience and hundreds of both large and small projects educational projects under her belt, Jayne is renowned as one of Australia leading authorities on Educational Planning and Design. She is also recognised expert speaker and facilitator in the fields of Creative Thinking and Social System Design.

Prior to establishing JDH Architects, Jayne’s international career led her to both London and Hong Kong where she worked with Sir Norman Foster and the team at Hong Kong’s Chep Lak Kok Airport. In 2003, Jayne left Hong Kong for Australia. Disillusioned with traditional, top heavy, male dominated architectural firms and convinced there had to be a better way to practice her profession, Jayne founded JDH Architects. Today, 15 years later, the business is a thriving medium-sized creative practice, which flourishes on restless curiosity and obsession for challenging the status quo. In 2008 Jayne made the ethical decision to work solely for non-for-profit organisations, initially honing her skills specialising in architecture.

Lara Calder is the Managing Director of Calderflower Architecture, a practice that challenges the conventions of aged care, seniors living and community design. She designs refreshingly alternative buildings for older people and is motivated to deliver and positively influence the future needs for the care and accommodation of the elderly and their social relationships in the community.

Lara also participates in research and sits on various committees relating to aged care and seniors housing design. She has presented her own research and ideas at conferences throughout Australia and recently in Japan. With a professional background in health, Lara applies her experience to all facets of progressive and sustainable architecture.

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Please note: There is no onsite parking at Tusculum House. Please contact the Institute if disabled parking is required.


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