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Insight: The Business of Architecture

Architectural Icons & Innovators: Who’s Pushing Australia’s Design Identity? Join award-winning architects in discussion on Australian practices in the domestic and international arenas. How much of their output is driven by popular commercial outcomes as opposed to fearlessly pushing innovation? The stellar line-up includes: Domenic Alvaro, Director of Woods Bagot’s global studio; Kelvin Ho, Founder of Akin Creative; and Isabelle Toland and Amelia Holliday, Founders of Aileen Sage Architects. Their combined practices span creating inspirational workplaces, domestic sanctuaries and enticing hospitality and retail temples through to novel interactive installations. Topics explored: Is there an Australian design identity? New visual languages: innovations in materials and design sensibilities Australia’s stamp on the international landscape What constitutes “success” in the architectural world This special this event forms part of our popular monthly Insight talk series in collaboration with The Sydney Architecture Festival. Details: Saturday 1 October, 10.30am–12pm Golden Age Cinema and Bar 80 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills Cost: FREE to all The Office Space Residents / $25 for general public (includes welcome tea/coffee and morning tea in Golden Age Bar from 10.30-11.00am. Discussions commence in the adjoining theatrette at 11.00am) Residents, RSVP HERE (to [email protected]) Buy tickets HERE   Header

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