BONDOR METECNO GALA DINNER

2022 Victorian Gala | Photographer: Melissa Hobbs

Come along to a night not to be missed at the Plaza Ballroom.

When: Friday, 10 May

Time: 7.00pm-10.00pm

Venue: The Plaza, 191 Collins Street, Melbourne

Dress Code: Creative Cocktail

Presented by Bondor Metecno, this exclusive event promises an unforgettable fusion of elegance, intellect, and inspiration.

2022 Victorian Gala | Photographer: Melissa Hobbs

Conference panel participation

Open call to join the conversation at the 2024 Australian Architecture Conference.

The conference will host some of the leading voices in our industry both in Australia and abroad. Submit an EOI below to join a panel discussion on the most pressing topics facing our profession. Topics have been determined by our 2024 conference steering committee and include:

  • Talking Architecture
  • Empowering the Profession through Legislation
  • Artificial Intelligence in Design and Education
  • Four Decades of Residential Architecture
  • Towards Zero Carbon, and
  • Indigenising the Built Environment.

Selected panel participants will be required to meet online with fellow panellists in the weeks leading up to the conference.

The EOI application closes on 10 April 2024.

Presenting at the conference comes with benefits:

  • A $500 travel stipend to assist with travel and accommodation expenses
  • Complimentary access to the conference with a two-day pass
    • Please note that fringe events are not included in the complimentary access and can be purchased at member prices.

We encourage all interested members to submit an expression of interest using the form below and take advantage of this unique chance to be part of shaping the future of architecture in Australia.

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Conference panel speakers

Talking Architecture

Curated in collaboration with Open House Melbourne
  • Tania Davidge (Chair)
  • Anthony Burke
  • Open Call.

Empowering the Profession Through Legislation

  • Jane Cassidy (Chair)
  • David Chandler
  • Leah Lang
  • Open Call.

Artificial Intelligence in Design and Education

  • Roland Snooks (Chair)
  • Xavier De Kestelier
  • TBC
  • Open call.

TOWARDS ZERO CARBON

Curated in collaboration with the National Climate Action Sustainability Committee (NCASC)

  • Stefan Preuss (Chair)
  • Davina Rooney
  • Andrew Noonan
  • Open Call.

Indigenising the Built Environment

Curated in collaboration with the University of Sydney

  • Michael Mossman (Chair)
  • Sarah Lynn Rees
  • Kate Hislop
  • Open Call.

Four Decards of Residential Architecture

Curated in collaboration with the Robin Boyd Foundation and the Institute’s Heritage Committee

  • Patrick Kennedy (Chair)
  • Louise Cox
  • Jesse Bennett
  • Kerstin Thompson.

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