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C+A Talk 2017: Alejandro Aravena in Sydney

UNSW Built Environment is proud to support this event

Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) is proud to announce an outstanding C+A Talk,  to be held on  July 24 2017

The C+A Talks series operate in conjunction with the iconic C+A magazine, and bring architects of distinction to Australia as CCAA guests to address Australian audiences. 

This July Talk will be given by Mr Alejandro Arevana, winner of what is often described as architecture's Nobel prize, the Pritzker Architecture Prize (2016), curator of the 15th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia and recipient of the 2017 Gothenburg Award for Sustainable Development, the city’s international prize that recognises an individual or group for “outstanding performance and achievements towards a sustainable future." He is the first architect to receive the honour. 

Alejandro Aravena is the Principal Director of the Chilean firm ELEMENTAL S.A,  a "Do Tank" founded in 2001, focusing on projects of public interest and social impact, including housing, public space, infrastructure and transportation. The fundamental approach of ELEMENTAL is based on its participatory design process, in which it works closely with the public and end users. 

Works include the Novartis Office Building, Shanghai, China (2016);  UC Innovation Centre, Catholic University, Chile, Santiago (2014); Villa Verde Housing, Constitución, Chile (2013); Ocho Quebradas House, Los Vilos, Chile (2013); Bicentennial Children’s Park, Santiago, Chile (2012); St. Edward’s University Dorms, Austin, Texas, USA (2008).   

When

7/24/2017 6:30 PM - 7/24/2017 8:30 PM

Where

University of New South Wales
Kensington Campus
Leighton Hall, Scientia Building
UNSW, Kensington, NSW Australia

Price 

$93.50 including GST  

Registration
To register for this event please click here

For further information, contact CCAA on (02) 9667 8300 or email info@ccaa.com.au.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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