SUNSHINE COAST ARCHITECTURE
PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE
DRINKS AND NIBBLES AFTER
Saturday 14th October
Discussion at Majestic - 3pm
Drinks at The Bison Bar - 5pm
BOOK NOW - Bookings are required
Book your free ticket to attend the inaugural Sunshine Coast Open House Panel Discussion and hear from six leading Sunshine Coast Architects on how architecture has evolved on the Sunshine Coast over the past 50 years and how it could evolve over the next 50 years.
Speakers include John Mainwaring, Lindsay Clare, Ian Dimond, David Teeland, Dan Sparks and John Robertson. Each panel member brings different experiences and design ideals to the discussion and will review the design challenges 50 years ago and what the design challenges will be for the next 50 years. They will consider how Sunshine Coast architecture has evolved since the 1960’s and what are the design possibilities for our changing sub-tropical urban lifestyle in the future.
The panel discussion will be adjudicated by Phil Smith, chair of The Creative Alliance and local architect and urban designer, who has a passion for creating better communities. This will be a fascinating forum focused on how Sunshine Coast architecture has become internationally renowned for casual, climate responsive design, embedded in nature.
Following the panel discussion, refreshments will be served in the Bison Bar.
1. 2014 – Beach Box – OGE Group (John Robertson)
2. 2010 – Peregian Beach Community Centre – Sparks Architects
3. 2008 – USC Chancellery Building – Architectus
4. 1996 – USC Library – John Mainwaring
5. 1988 – Tent House – Gabriel Poole (Image: Gabriel Poole)
6. Eddie De Vere Building – Jim Birrell
If you are unable to attend this event please cancel your ticket or advise via email - firstname.lastname@example.org - as soon as possible so they can offer your place to someone else.