Leading architect Kerstin Thompson has been invited to speak as part of the annual Ted McCoy Lecture Series.

Kerstin will present a series of KTA projects which focus on various approaches to landscape in the making of place.

In Australia and New Zealand there is a shared compulsion to respond to a selected notion of landscape. Whether this is around the romance of untouched bush, the suburban vernacular or Country (to name but a few), many of us explain our work by embracing a select understanding of landscape.

Kerstin’s practice focuses on architecture as a civic endeavour with an emphasis on user experience and enjoyment of place. Her talk will be a thought-provoking examination on KTA’s various approaches to landscape and its integration with architecture and community in making place.


Date and Time
Friday 27 September 2019

Heritage Queenstown
Icon Room
91 Fernhill Road

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