AASA Project to practice – Last chance to register

Last chance to register

The AASA Project to Practice commences this Friday with Indy Johar / Architecture OO and Laura Lee / Architect, FAIA, Hon. FRAI.

Friday September 30th & Saturday October 1st 2016

The Call to Action

The need for innovation in Australia has never been more urgent. As our economy adjusts to a post-resources present, we ask where is architecture creating its future, and how is the sector shaping the policy and funding levers of tomorrow?

The demise of automotive manufacturing is only one of a constellation of warning signs that remind us traditional industries are under threat. Will the professional services sector replace manufacturing, or itself be subject to massive contraction? Some commentators forecast that over 70% of Australia’s service based industries – those that are likely to make the most impact in the new economy – are themselves at risk of disruption through technologisation within the next decade. 

We know the education and practice of architecture will be changed by these tectonic shifts in the economy. So what are the new drivers of innovation and growth? 

The 2016 AASA conference seeks to map the relationship between architecture and the emerging innovation economy through exemplars in research, education and practice. We want to document those changes that are propelling new conceptualisations of projects and practice, and that are restructuring the education of the architect as a result. 


Full schedule available online: http://utsarchitecture.net/AASA2016/

Academic – $300.00
Industry Professional – $200.00
Sessional – $200.00
Student – $40.00
Keynote Only ($40 per keynote speaker)


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