AIA, AILA and PIA present ‘Connection as Antidote’


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Royal Botanic Gardens. Image by Rennie Ellis, State Library of Victoria

In a year like 2020, authentic connection and community engagement are more important than ever.

Presented by the Australian Institute of Architects, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects and the Planning Institute of Australia, this panel discussion will look at the different social and environmental applications of planning, landscape design and architecture within our local and global community, and consider the ways in which we connect through these mediums. Simon Knott, founding Director of BKK Architects will moderate a panel discussion with speakers including Dr Esther Charlesworth, founding Director of Architects without Frontiers (AWF) and Academic Director of the RMIT Master of Disaster, Design and Development, and Dr Meredith Dobbie, landscape architect and adjunct senior research fellow at Monash Art, Design and Architecture. Not to be missed.