Inaugural DRC Colloquium – 2/3 October 2015

Members of the Adelaide design community are invited to attend the first DRC Colloquium. The Design Research Collective (DRC) is the home of Design Research activities at the School of Architecture and Build Environment at the University of Adelaide. The DRC aims to develop a community of designers whose research not only raises the quality of debate around the built environments in Adelaide and beyond, but also engages in its production.

This inaugural DRC Colloquium is primarily the space where current and potential candidates present their research proposals to an esteemed panel for review. The PhD by Design Research provides an exhilarating new opportunity in Adelaide for  practitioners to become part of a dynamic community of designers who investigate their practice through the critical framework of a PhD.

Schedule
Friday October 2
5.30pm Drinks – 1022 Horace Lamb Lecture theatre

6.00pm – Lecture by Martyn Hook, Professor of Architecture at RMIT and a Director of iredale pedersen hook architects.  He will talk about the relationship between practice and research, from the position of a practitioner as well as an academic.

Saturday October 3

9:30 Welcome – tea & coffee

Candidate presentations
10:00 – 11:00    Francesco Bonato
11:00 – 12:00    Richard LeMessurier
12:00 – 01:00    Meherzad Shroff

01:00 – 02:00    LUNCH

02:00 – 03:00    Mirai Morita
03:00 – 04:00    Oli Scholz
04:00 – 05:00    Minh Trinh Duc

Each presentation will include conversations with a review panel. Participants include: Prof. Martyn Hook (RMIT), Prof. Gini Lee (Uni Melbourne), Dr Urs Bette, James Curry, Dr Jo Russell Clarke, Dr Peter Scriver, Dr Veronica Soebarto, Dr Julian Worrall.

6:30 Dinner (RSVP only)

Looking forward to seeing you.

Regards,

Dr Urs Bette
urs.bette@adelaide.edu.au

Tanya Court
tanya.court@adelaide.edu.au

Dr Jo Russell Clarke
jo.russell-clarke@adelaide.edu.au

Design Research Collective
School of Architecture & Built Environment
The University of Adelaide – Australia

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