FUTUNA LECTURE SERIES 2015

FUTUNA LECTURE SERIES 2015

Wednesday 25 March 2015, 6:30pm—8:00pm

Alejandro Aravena has practiced in Santiago, Chile since 1994.

His architecture is described as essential and rigorous in the way he uses materials achieving aesthetic, functional and formal solutions that are strongly original.

Alejandro will give public lectures in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington speaking about his work and using recent projects to demonstrate the philosophy that underpins his architectural practice.

NZ registered architects will receive 15 CPD points.



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Alejandro Aravena has practiced in Santiago, Chile since 1994.

His architecture is described as essential and rigorous in the way he uses materials “exposed concrete, wood, glass, steel, masonry, copper and stone are composed, coupled, and superimposed, achieving aesthetic, functional and formal solutions that are strongly original”.

He has also become known internationally for his work for incremental housing, following the principles established by his practice, Elemental, where he is Executive Director. ELEMENTAL is a “do-tank” that, in partnership with the Chilean Oil Company COPEC and Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, develops housing and infrastructural projects with public interest and social impact.

Alejandro will give three public lectures in New Zealand (Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington), speaking about his work and using recent projects to demonstrate the philosophy that underpins his architectural practice.

NZ registered architects will receive 15 CPD points.

In addition to ongoing support from Dulux, Metalcraft Roofing The Warren Trust, and the Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington branches of the NZIA, the Trust is very pleased to announce that Architectural Profiles Limited (APL) will also be supporting the Futuna Lecture Series in 2015.
Auckland Art Gallery

Auckland Art Gallery
Auckland CBD, New Zealand

Address: Cnr Kitchener St and Wellesley St
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