Livestream | Australia Edition
LIVESTREAM | AUSTRALIA EDITION
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Together with you, we are touring the world to listen to the most celebrated architects of our time, share their unique paths and talk to them about their experiences and influences. It is one country, two world-renowned names, and their unique stories of becoming and being an architect at each event.
Originally planned as an online event, we are thrilled to announce the change to a physical event with livestream.
On Thursday, April 28th, 2022 live at 19:00 AEST we will visit Sydney and meet two of its most relevant architects at the Brickworks Design Studio Sydney. If you can’t make it live, save the link and watch it later!
The two following architects will talk about their personal experiences and important creative periods in their lives and, as always at “AnA“, none of their projects may be mentioned:
– Angelo Candalepas, Candalepas Associates, www.candalepas.com.au
– Richard Johnson, Johnson Pilton Walker, www.jpw.com.au
Doors open at 18:00 AEST.
The talks start at 19:00 AEST.
19:00 – 19:10
19:10 – 20:10
Speakers (20-minute talk & 10-minute interview)
20:10 – 20:30
Discussion with questions from the audience
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Information about the speakers
Angelo Candalepas was born in Sydney and graduated from the University of Technology in 1992. In 1994 he established his own architecture studio which, in its first year of practice, won an international competition for housing in ‘The Point’, Pyrmont. The project was the recipient of several awards and in the following five years Angelo won and was shortlisted on several national and international competitions. In 1999, Angelo established Candalepas Associates. Since then, the company under his leadership has won a significant number of awards, including the Australian Institute of Architects Sulman Medal for Public Architecture in 2009 and 2018, the Frederick Romberg Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing in 2011, the Harry Seidler Award for Commercial Architecture in 2016 and the Aaron Bolot Award for Residential Architecture – Multiple Housing in 2011, 2013, 2017 and 2019. In 2016, he was awarded the NSW Premier’s Prize for Architecture. Angelo was made a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects in 2019 and in 2020 was presented with the University of Technology Alumni Award for Design, Architecture and Building, recognising his commitment to the profession.
Recent projects include Punchbowl Mosque, winner of the 2018 Sulman Medal for Public Architecture; Church of the Living God, Hurstville; 72-84 Foveaux Street, Surry Hills; 511 Botany Road, Zetland; 1 Lawson Square, Redfern and The Castle, Bathurst Street, Sydney. www.candalepas.com.au
Richard Johnson is best known as the creator of some of the Australian most important and iconic cultural buildings and spaces of the twentieth century. He was educated in Sydney at the University of New South Wales, graduating in 1969 with First Class Honours and the RAIA Silver Medal. He continued his education at University College, London, receiving a Master of Philosophy in 1977. He has served the community in various capacities including, most recently, as a member of the board of Australian Technology Park and the Redfern-Waterloo Authority. He has lectured and taught widely and has been an Adjunct Professor at the University of New South Wales since 1999.
At an unusually early age Richard was awarded an MBE, in 1977, for his work as architect on Okinawa Expo 75 in Japan. In 1985, in collaboration with Yoshinobu Ashihara, he completed Expo 85, Tsukuba, in the same country. In 2008 he was awarded the AIA Gold Medal for his exceptional body of work and contribution to the profession.
More recent examples of his work include: 363 George Street (1999), Art Gallery of NSW Asian Gallery (2003), Hilton Hotel redevelopment (2005), Westpac Place (2006), Arts of Islam exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW (2007), new work at the Sydney Opera House in association with Jørn Utzon, and the National Portrait Gallery – due for completion in December 2008.
In 2000, Richard Johnson founded JPW together with Jeff Walker and Adrian Pilton. Over twenty years of practice, JPW has made a diverse and lasting contribution to the built environment and design culture in Sydney, across Australia and internationally. www.jpw.com.au