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Gold Medal Tour - EmAGN Breakfast with Peter Elliott 



Earlier this year Peter Elliott of Peter Elliott Architecture + Urban Design was announced as the 2017 Gold Medallist. Further to his Gold Medal Lecture at the Institute’s NSW Chapter on Thursday 24 August, emerging architects and graduates are invited to join Peter and local EmAGN members for further discussion over breakfast. Join us for an informal group discussion with Peter about his work, lessons in practice, and approach to his career.

A Melbourne architect who commenced practice in 1975, Peter Elliott is Principal of the award-winning practice Peter Elliott Architecture + Urban Design. Currently a Senior Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Art Design & Architecture at Monash University, Peter was awarded a Doctor of Architecture honoris causa by the University of Melbourne in 2015. He has a special interest in the design of the public realm, and has lectured and written extensively on contemporary architecture and urban design. The work of the practice has won more than 70 National and State architectural and industry awards, including an Order of Australia in 1987 for services to architecture (public housing).

Note that this event is targeted specifically at emerging architects and graduates, organised by the NSW EmAGN group. If you are looking for tickets to the Gold Medal Lecture on Thursday 24 August, 6:30pm please click here

Ticket price includes a light breakfast. 

Friday 25 August 2017, 7.30 - 9.00 AM 


Juanita Nielsen Community Centre, Community Hall
31 Nicholson St, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011


Institute Member: FREE
Non-member $10
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Australian Institute of Architects, NSW Chapter 
0292464055 /

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