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MTalks—Friday night debate: Australian Institute of Architects—emerging architects

10 Nov 2017

New for MPavilion 2017: Friday night debates. They put leading and emerging minds behind the microphones, and pit them head-to-head in this series of debates on architecture and the built environment.

On this spring evening in November, join Mel Bright (MAKE architecture), Andre Bonnice (WOWOWA), Ben Milbourne (Bild Architecture), Amy Muir (MUIR Architecture), Adam Pustola (Lyons) and Claire Scorpo. Together, but from opposing sides of the argument, they will dissect the statement: ‘The digital is more influential than the physical in architecture.’

Divvied up into two teams of affirmatives and negatives, this group of emerging architects will passionately state their perspectives on the proposition. They will look at the competing dynamics of the speed and influence of architecture in the media and popular culture versus the reality of realising architecture and design.

After the debate, stick around for drinks, networking and a very special DJ to be announced soon.

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  • Café
  • Kiosk
  • Non smoking establishment
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public toilet
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Free Entry

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