AustCham Thailand in collaboration with the Australian Embassy, Bangkok invites members and guests to join us at a panel discussion on the subject of design and creativity with a focus on the cooperation between Thai & Australia in both education and business. This is a unique opportunity to hear insights into the partnership with between the Thai and Australian Architecture community.
Special guest speakers:
- Mr Lindsay Johnston, Convener Architecture Foundation Australia and curator of Glenn Murcutt: Architecture for Place (on display in Bangkok)
- Mr Ewan McEoin, Senior Curator of Contemporary Design and Architecture at the National Gallery of Victoria, in Melbourne (NGV)
- Ms Suchera Ekpanyapong, Australia-Asia Endeavour Scholar (Master Degree in Planning and Design from the University of Melbourne) and Design Director of HB Design https://www.hbdesign.biz/people/#june
- Moderator: Mr. Philip Hannaford, Managing Director of dwp – design worldwide partnership
For details on the Glenn Murcutt exhibition, click: http://asa.or.th/news/glenn-murcutt-architecture-place-exhibition/
Date: Tuesday 3 April 2018
17.30 - 18.00 Registration (please arrive early to clear security)
18.00 – 19.00 Panel discussion
19.00 – 20.00 Networking session, serving cocktail-style food and beverages
Cost: Free of charge for AustCham, Australian Alumni and AAA members only
Location: Auditorium, Australian Embassy Bangkok || Map
The event is supported by:
The Association of Siamese Architects under Royal Patronage
We are a community of around 3000 members consisting of registered architects working in Thailand, with the balance of membership made up of Thailand architects working overseas, architectural graduates, architecture students, teachers of architecture and retired architects.
The Association of Siamese Architects Nationals was established in the year 1934.
The Association of Siamese Architects Under Royal Patronage was also founded in 1934
Architecture Foundation Australia (OZ.E.TECTURE)
The Architecture Foundation Australia is a not for profit organisation, with objectives to provide educational programs, and associated exhibitions and publications, to complement the formal tertiary and professional education sectors, and to further knowledge and understanding in the field of architecture and related disciplines.