Utzon Lecture Series

The Utzon Lecture Series was officially launched in March 2010 by Jan Utzon the son of the renowned Danish architect Jørn Utzon.

Held on a monthly basis at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Kensington campus in Sydney, the Utzon Lecture series focuses on the presentation of ideas from leading contributors of international significance in the design, delivery and management of the built environment. 

2014

Past Utzon Lectures:

Architecture and Morality: Geometries of virtue

Elizabeth Farrelly, Associate Professor (Practice), UNSW Built Environment

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Architecture in the Museum: The Art of Advocacy

Barry Bergdoll, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Art History and Archaeology, Columbia University & The Museum of Modern Art, New York
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and Dr Penelope Seidler AM

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Governing London: progress and prospects
Professor John Tomaney from Bartlett School of Planning, London

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Leadership, Management and Administration - What is the Difference in Business?

Annual Australian Institute of Building Address featuring Lt General, Professor Peter Leahy AC

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Cities, Competitiveness and Australia's Comparative Advantage - why we must get cities right in Australia

Ms Jennifer Westacott, Chief Executive, Business Council of Australia
followed by panel discussion led by Professor Bill Randolph, UNSW Built Environment. Panellists include Brendon Riley, Group Executive, Global Enterprise and Services - Telstra Corporation Limited and Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director - Mirvac

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The Ageing City: Are we Prepared?

with Professor Bruce Judd from UNSW Built Environment
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A Country of Cities - Building Hyperdensity and Civic Delight

Professor Vishaan Chakrabarti from Columbia University, Partner SHoP Architects, New York

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