NSW Chapter Events, Australian Institute of Architects - Architecture on Show: the architect and builder relationship

Architecture on Show: the architect and builder relationship

Saturday, May 28, 2016

2:00 PM - 3:00 PM AEST

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Event Description

This presentation will explore the relationship between architect and builder, focusing on the unique circumstances that occur when the builder on a project is also a practising architect. Whether it is a small extension to a home or a public library used by thousands of people, the dynamic between an architect and architect-builder can play a critical role in the project’s success.

Individually both architect and builder bring their own sensibilities, training and perspectives to the process. What changes when the line between architect and builder is blurred and the role of architect-builder brings a unique set of expertise to the working process? How does this dynamic relationship challenge traditional working models in the construction industry and how does this benefit the successful completion of client outcomes?

Join architect-builder Angel Roumeliotis and architect Will Fung as they discuss their working relationship based on a long standing friendship and how they have successfully worked together to complete the Darlinghurst Rooftop Building.

TICKETS
Free but booking advised.
http://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/architecture-on-show-the-architect-and-builder-relationship-tickets-24477621224?aff=es2

LOCATION
Surry Hills Library - 405 Crown St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010

MORE INFORMATION
Angel Roumeliotis is the founder of Artechne, a building workshop devoted to architecture and its detailing. He commenced his career in the building industry before studying architecture and completing his degree with the University Medal. http://artechne.com.au/

Will Fung established CO-AP in 2005 and built a practice that thrives on challenging projects. It is an award-winning architectural practice which takes a collaborative approach to realising fresh outcomes for each project, with an emphasis on research and development and an inherent regard for sustainability. http://www.co-ap.com/

The Architecture on Show talk series (AOS) is a public programme held throughout the year in partnership with local councils, and is curated by members of the Australian Institute of Architects. The City of Sydney AOS program is developed in partnership with the City of Sydney Libraries, and curated by Connie Argyrou and Matthew Naivasha of Jackson Teece Architects http://www.jacksonteece.com/

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