Posts Tagged ‘Sam Kebbell’

The Art of the Contemporary House (De Jersey Clere, Concrete, and Humbug)

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011

The Architectural Centre is proud to present a triple-bill lecture, featuring three respected local architects, Sam Kebbell, Judi Keith-Brown, and Simon Twose, reflecting on their recent domestic projects. Conceptual and literal landscapes, the relationship between art and architecture, and contemporary interventions to heritage buildings are just some of the topics that might be evoked during the discussion.

Please join us in the School of Architecture Atrium from 5:40pm, 18th August, for Nibbles and Gossip, before the lecture proper begins at 6pm.

Every Recession needs its Architectural Show Ponies

Friday, April 3rd, 2009

It’s a big scarey world at the moment: Side-lining RMA trauma, capitalism getting egg on its face, the planet going down the climatic toilet, and Memorial Park on hold. Let’s not even mention the National Library. It’s in times like these that irresponsible flippancy becomes one of the few critical tools left unshakable. (more…)