Kengo Kuma and Ryue Nishizawa are among some of the celebrated architects that will deliver keynote speeches at the Sherman Centre for Culture and Ideas’ (SCCI) inaugural SCCI Architecture Hub.
Taking place 12–21 October 2018, the hub is a new platform exploring the best contemporary ideas on architecture and its intersections with culture, society, literature, art and technology. The hub comprises a rich and diverse 10-day programme of talks, workshops and films.
Dr Gene Sherman, founder, executive and artistic director, SCCI says, “Following a sold-out inaugural SCCI Fashion Hub in April, we will now celebrate Architecture in all its complexity with a programme for professionals and the general public that continues our work with SCAF and the Fugitive Structures architectural pavilions series.”
The deep dive programme of keynotes, talks, panels and films includes themes Future Architecture, Ethical Architecture, Architecture Words, Pavilions, Art and Architecture, Library Architecture and Women and Architecture.
Keynote speakers include:
Gurjit Singh Matharoo
The SCCI Architecture Hub will take place annually until 2022.
For all programme and ticketing details visit scci.org.au