Monthly Archives: June 2015
Rethinking Encounters: Islam and the West -1 Day Workshop & Book Launch (Prof Samer Akkach) – 7 July 2015 @ Adelaide Convention Centre
Organised by the Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA), Faculty of the Professions The idea of “encounter,” whether at the social, cultural, religious, or intellectual level, has, implicitly or explicitly, always been hinged on the notion of “difference.” Difference is what provokes curiosity, fascination, confrontation, animosity, and togetherness, and what makes an encounter […]
What are you studying and where did you go to High School? I’m studying Master of Architecture/Master of Landscape Architecture, and am undertaking the final year of Architecture in 2015. I attended Seaton High School from years 8-10, and completed high school at Immanuel College. Why did you choose to study the Master of Architecture/Master […]
Dr Julian Worrall, Associate Professor, Architecture and Urban Design Dr Julian Worrall is an Adelaide-born architect, urbanist, scholar, and critic. Based in Tokyo since 2000, he has taught at the University of Tokyo, Sophia University, and Waseda University, where he ran the research-based practice LLLABO, dedicated to “distilling the logic and the magic of the […]
An article by A/P Emma Baker (ARC Future Fellow and Reader in Housing).