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Featuring Emeritus Professor Brit Andresen from The University of Queensland and supported by the Donald K Turner Endowment.
This is an illustrated talk that engages with two key scales at which urban and architectural design can act as agents in framing and supporting relationships between people and their environment: the house and the city.
Emeritus Professor Brit Andresen studied architecture at NTH Norway and is a registered architect. Teaching positions include schools of architecture at the University of Cambridge, the Architectural Association London, School of Architecture and Urban Planning UCLA and The University of Queensland.
Private practice in Cambridge and her partnership with Peter O’Gorman in Brisbane have resulted in design research and built works that have been published and exhibited internationally.