Making Communities

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Museum of Brisbane says
As space in busy urban cities shrink, developments are constantly searching for the best opportunities to deliver more in less space. Architecture plays an increasingly important role in how communities can be encouraged to grow and through design use this inevitable changing landscape, give back to the cultural life of the city.

Michael Keniger, chair of the Development and Design Integrity Panel for Brisbane Airport Corporation, leads a discussion exploring the complexities of what makes communities and architecture work together. Michael will be joined by special guests Timothy Hill, Director at Partners Hill; Rebecca Moore, Director at Conrad Gargett; Michael Rayner, Director at Cox Rayner Architects and Hamilton Wilson, Managing Director at Wilson Architects.

Free, bookings recommended.
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By: Museum of Brisbane