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At a glance
Upcoming Continuing Professional Development Events
Sean Godsell - Hobart Thursday 23 April at 12.30 pm
Menzies Centre Site Visit - Hobart Thursday 30 April at 4 pm
Carey Lyon - Hobart Friday 8 May at 4 pm
Refuel Thrive not Survive - Hobart Thursday May 21 at 12.30 pm
Nigel Bertram - Hobart Thursday June 11at 12.30 pm
Gold Medalist Talk - Hobart Thursday July 2 at 12.30 pm
Gold medalist EmGNE event - Hobart Thursday July 2 in the evening
Refuel ABIC Contracts - Hobart Thursday July 23 at 12.30 pm
Sean Godsell Architects
Sean Godsell is considered one of Australia’s leading young architects. He has attracted international recognition for his houses, in particular for his innovative use of materials and bold industrial forms.
Projects such as Future Shack (1999), a prefabricated emergency relief housing unit prototype constructed of a standard seafaring ISO shipping container, and Carter Tucker House, a glass box sheathed in panels of slender cedar battens, have propelled him into international view.
His work has been published in leading architectural journals in Europe, the UK, USA and Japan. He was listed by Wallpaper* magazine in 2002 as one of ten people ‘destined to change the way we live’. Time Magazine named him in the ‘Who’s Who -The New Contemporaries’ section of their 2005 Style and Design supplement.
His work has been exhibited in numerous international shows. Future Shack was shown in New York, Paris and London as a finalist in the Architecture for Humanity Exhibition.
He has lectured in the USA, UK, China, Japan, France and New Zealand as well as across Australia. He was a keynote speaker at the Alvar Aalto symposium in Finland in July 2006.
Sean has received a total of seventeen local and eight international awards and he is currently working on projects in the USA, China and Australia.
Sean will speak about his recent work including Carter Tucker House, Future Shack, St Andrews Beach Shack, Glenburn House and Peninsular House.
Date: Wednesday April 22, 2009
Venue: UTAS School of Architecture Lecture Theatre, Invermay Rd, Inveresk, 7250
Time: 5.30pm - 7pm
Date: Thursday April 23, 2009
Venue: Australian Institute of Architects Chapter Office, 1/19a Hunter Street Hobart
Time: 12.30pm - 2.00pm
Menzies Centre Site Visit
Allistair Lindsay of Lyons Architects will guide interested parties through the construction site of the Menzies Centre, the Co-Location building that will accommodate the Menzies Research Institute and the Tasmanian School of Medicine (currently located at the Royal Hobart Hospital and Sandy Bay campuses) together with a number of Faculty of Health Science administrative functions.
The team behind the Co-Location building includes the UTAS Co-Location team, the managing contractor John Holland-Fairbrother Joint Venture, Lyons Architects of Melbourne and local architects JAWS Architects.
Date: Hobart Thursday 30 April at 4 pm
Venue: Menzies Centre Crn Campbell and Liverpool Streets, Hobart
NATIONAL BUILDING ECONOMIC STIMULUS PLAN
We invite you to this free interactive forum on the Nation Building Economic Stimulus Plan (NBESP)
As the Commonwealth and state Governments roll out the Nation Building
Economic Stimulus Plan across both education and housing, it is important that the property and development industry have access to up to date information and make contact with representatives from both government and industry, to assisting you in the preparation of relevant funding submissions.
Date: Tuesday 28 April 2009
Venue: Baha’i Centre 1 Tasman Highway Hobart Tasmania 7000
Time: 1:00pm for 1:30pm - 4:30pm
For further information contact Kristy Warren on (03) 6236 5619 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP: Wednesday 22 April
Parallax - 2009 National Architecture Conference
3o April - 2 May 2009, Melbourne
Refuel 2009 National Seminar Series
'Thrive Not Survive: managing your practice in times of economic uncertainty'. Presented by Rob Pillans
With a slow-down in activity and continuing economic uncertainty, how can architects keep their practices on track for success?
In this 2 hour seminar and interactive workshop, professional business coach Rob Pillans examines the issues affecting architectural practices in an economic downturn and discusses ways in which they can be addressed. Using examples specific to architects, participants will take away with them ideas and tools that can be used immediately in their practice. Including;
·Five common mistakes in a downturn and how to avoid them.
·How to manage your practice and achieve your vision through a downturn.
·How to improve the efficiency of your resources to support growth.
·Five growth opportunities in a downturn.
Rob Pillans works primarily within service businesses, supporting change for growth and profitability. His experience in practice management provides valuable insight into the client/architect relationship
Venue: Australian Institute of Architects Tasmanian Chapter, 1/19a Hunter Street
Date: May 21, 2009
Time: 12.30 - 2.30pm