The annual Ted McCoy lecture this year is being presented by Leading Australian architect, Kerstin Thompson.
The Ted McCoy Lecture is an annual public lecture organised by the NZIA Southern Branch to promote the benefits of Architecture + Design in our built environment.
Kerstin is passionate about integrating our heritage into the future of our cities and will present a selection of KTA projects with Australia’s built heritage, demonstrating her various approaches for relating past and future architectures.
Kerstin has worked on award winning architectural projects with heritage at their heart, and recent project, The Stables VCA Faculty of Fine Arts & Music at the University of Melbourne received a Heritage & Educational Architecture Award from the AIA Victorian Chapter in 2018.
Kerstin’s practice focuses on architecture as a civic endeavour with an emphasis on user experience and enjoyment of place. Her talk will be an inspirational look at the role heritage plays in our cities and lives.
Date and Time
Thursday 26 September 2019
Dunedin Art Gallery
30 The Octagon