Category: Lecture

  • The Awkward Debates

    The Awkward Debates – June series of public debates about Architectural issues. 13th June : New Zealand Prisons – Is the bar too low ?

  • Jason Whitely

    Wed 14 March 2012 Jason Whiteley on Herzog & de Meuron 6pm, LT1, School of Architecture, VUW The lecture will describe Whiteley’s experience designing and coordinating complex, high-profile buildings in New York, Sao Paulo, London and Doha. Jason Whiteley on Herzog & de Meuron – Public lecture, 6pm 14 March Jason Whiteley, after five years…

  • Copenhagen

    Wed 8 Feb 2012 Copenhagen: a metropolis for people 5.30 drinks, 6pm lecture, LT1, School of Architecture, VUW Vida Christeller is a VUW Architectural graduate now working for Copenhagen city planning and urban design. She will present a behind the scenes look at the process behind Copenhagen’s urban design and architecture, how the city wants…

  • Designing Comfortable Homes 1-5pm VUW Arch School

    Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand Where: Victoria University of Wellington, School of Architecture, 139 Vivian Street, Wellington Presenters: Ralf Kessel, Registered European Architect, Project Manager for Cement & Concrete Association of New Zealand (CCANZ) Dr. Larry Bellamy, Civil Engineer Associate Professor at RMIT University, Melbourne. Research specialties include thermal performance of buildings. Roger…

  • HOME: Lecture by Brian MacKay Lyons – 6pm VUW Student Union

    Brian MacKay-Lyons is a sheep farmer and sea kayaker who also happens to be a world-renowned architect. Born and raised in Arcadia, Nova Scotia, Brian studied in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He has worked and studied in China, Japan and Italy, returning to Nova Scotia in…

  • The Urban Dream Brokerage

    Friday 29th July, 6pm Illot Theatre, Wellington Town Hall   Three property owners and managers, four artists and an engaged audience are coming together to discuss the question: how can vacant commercial space be more creatively utilised to provide a more vital inner-city?  

  • Human Casualties in Earthquakes: Modelling and Mitigation

    Professor Robin Spence, Emeritus Professor of Architectural Engineering at Cambridge, will be presenting a talk on Disaster risk assessment – at the School of Architecture, 6.00pm on Tuesday 19th April 2011. (pre-talk drinks at 5.30). This is an IPENZ Wellington event – so expect lots of Engineers – but architects and students welcome too.

  • Empire’s Last Style

    On the 8th of April, ie this Friday, Vladimir Belogolovsky will be talking on the architecture of the Soviet Union. A must see for all! Starts 6.00pm LT1, School of Architecture / NZIA event.

  • Futuna – kick off: to the Future

    FUTUNA – TO THE FUTURE – 10 CPD Points Presentation on the work of the Trust in the saving of the Chapel, planning for restoration works for a Heritage listed building, preparation and process of Resource Consent and Building Consent documentation, programming of building works, recording of the restoration works, review of recently completed restoration…

  • Modernism in Soviet Russia

    Soviet Modernism 1955-85 Friday 8 April – Soviet Modernism 1955-85 Vladimir Belogolovsky, the founder of New York based Intercontinental Curatorial project Done in conjunction w School of Architecture