Glenn Murcutt AO and Naomi Milgrom AO in Conversation with Peter Maddison



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Glenn Murcutt AO and Naomi Milgrom AO. Photo by John Betts.

Join Glenn Murcutt AO in conversation with Naomi Milgrom AO—founder of the Naomi Milgrom Foundation, which commissions each year’s MPavilion—and architect and Grand Designs Australia host Peter Maddison as they discuss Glenn’s design for the 2019 edition of MPavilion, his illustrious fifty-year practice, and his most recent and forthcoming projects.

Often referred to as Australia’s most famous architect, Glenn Murcutt has characterised Australian design and influenced vernacular and environmentally responsible architecture around the world. He’s also the architect of MPavilion 2019, our lantern-inspired home for the next four months of free events. Don’t miss this special opening-week occasion.

This event is proudly presented by ANZ.

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