Melbourne lecture: Arie van der Neut of HDVN Architecten

August 24, 2011

Dutch architect Arie van der Neut, director of HDVN Architecten, gives a talk on temporary buildings within the city.

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Dutch architect Arie van der Neut will give a free public talk in Melbourne entitled ‘For the Time Being: Non-permanent structures – Temporary Buildings Within the City’.

Van der Neut is a director of HDVN Architecten, a Dutch practice that was named Architect of the Year 2010 in the Netherlands. The practice is driven by a strong social and sustainability agenda, exploring prefabricated design to create sustainable infrastructure for schools, nursing homes and student housing. The practice has completed a number of recent projects with design-led architecture of a permanent quality and performance, that also allow for future relocation.

HVDN creates sustainable buildings with a strong character: inspiring, self conscious and social. Their buildings have the courage to take their place, yet also aim to advance social development. With a distinctive architecture that gives space interaction between people and between man and the environment, HVDN wants to contribute to the quality of life in the city.

*Where* Prince Philip Theatre, Architecture Building, University of Melbourne
*When* Monday 29 August, 6.15-7.15pm
*Entry is free*

*Image* HVN Architecten, Het 4 Gymnasium School 1

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