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The 2014 National Architecture Conference

The 2014 National Architecture Conference

Intrepid architect and Urban Melbourne peer Michael Smith (The Red and Black Architect) has in recent days posted rolling reports from the 2014 National Architecture Conference in Perth.

Held in the West Australian capital for the first time in over a decade, The act of making; the dirtiness, directness and honesty of architecture is the inspiration behind the theme for the Australian Institute of Architects’ 2014 National Architecture Conference.

The 2014 National Architecture Conference

High rise, not shiny-smooth, but furry-fuzzy

Richard Hassell

Keynote speakers such as Richard Hassell, co-founding director of WOHA Singapore plied their trade while industry misconceptions were discussed at length. Issues of meritocracy, women in architecture and the adoption of an equity policy by the Australian Institute of Architects were also covered. Of course, some of Perth's finest new architecture was discussed and subsequently Michael has blogged about it.

Visit The Red and Black Architect's blog for a comprehensive summary of the 2014 National Architecture Conference.

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