WILKINSON LECTURE 2013: ARM Architecture – Recent work
Wednesday, 6 November 2013 from 7:15 pm to 8:30 pm (AEDT)
San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
The Wilkinson Lecture 2013
Professor Ian McDougall (ARM Architecture)
The Wilkinson Lecture is named after the Foundation Professor of the first architecture program at the University of Sydney and the first Wilkinson Lecture was held in 1969. Organised by students Michael Dickinson, Rod Hayes and David Turner, they invited the then federal opposition leader Gough Whitlam to deliver the inaugural lecture titled An Urban Australia in the .
Many eminent architects, planners and historians have delivered the Wilkinson Lecture since those early days including the team who worked on the conservation of the Athens Parthenon in 2008 and Richard Francis-Jones, an alumnus of the faculty, who delivered the lecture in the main theatre of the new award-winning Law School, which he designed.
Hammer Hall interior: Photo by John Gollings: ARM
Professor Ian McDougall is an outstanding practising architect, writer and academic with 30 years experience in the industry. He began architecture at Adelaide University in the early 1970s, completing his degree in Melbourne. He was registered as an architect in Victoria in 1980 and was made a Life Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 2004. His design work has had recognition in the professional arena for individual projects and as an urban designer. Ian was also awarded the Federation Medal in 2000.
He is a founding and current director of Ashton Raggatt McDougall, a national practice, which has established an international reputation for cutting edge architectural design. Since its formation in 1988, the firm has completed significant and influential projects, such as the National Museum of Australia, Canberra and the master planning of Melbourne Docklands.
Ian’s interests are in architectural design as a cultural discipline both in individual buildings, evidenced in projects such as Marion Cultural Centre, Shrine of Remembrance and the Melbourne Recital Centre / MTC Theatres Complex, and evidenced in urban design, as in the Docklands work. He is an experienced urban designer, with a knowledge based on measured studies of the street, lane and arcade systems of Melbourne and Sydney. In the area of retail planning, he has compiled case study layouts of typical major retail centres in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland.
When & Where
Lecture Begins: 7.15 | LT 101, New Law Building
Drinks will be served at the conlusion of the lecture in the Foyer area outside the theatre from 8.30PM
For more information contact:
Daniel Ryan | firstname.lastname@example.org | 02 9351 3204