Architecture Speaks: Kerstin Thompson
Wednesday 9 November 2022
1.15–2.30 pm (UTC+2)
Zoom Webinar (pre-registration required, link below)
The international lecture series on contemporary architecture continues online! Six professional in the field of architecture from various backgrounds are invited to share their thoughts and ideas on current trends in architecture.
“For this season of guest lectures, I have chosen creators whose thinking and works evoke feelings of pleasure, passion and a hope for the future.” – Jenni Reuter, curator of Architecture Speaks!
“Kerstin Thompson’s Bundanon Art Museum Bridge is an inspiring example of how a simple starting point can create a building where art, landscape and structures support each other.”
– Jenni Reuter, curator of Architecture Speaks!
Kerstin Thompson is Principal of KTA and Adjunct Professor at RMIT and Monash Universities. A committed design educator she regularly lectures and runs studios at various schools across Australia and New Zealand. Kerstin Thompson Architects (KTA) is a multi-award-winning architecture practice, founded by Kerstin Thompson in 1994 in Melbourne, Australia. The practice is well established as a significant and innovative reference point in Australian architecture and urban design. Known for astute design thinking, KTA designs creative, meaningful and site-responsive architecture that seamlessly combines form, interior and landscape to create coherent and compelling places. Clarity of approach and sensitivity to place are the guiding principles for each and every project. For more information: http://www.kerstinthompson.com
Architecture Speaks! Is a lecture series curated by Associate Professor Jenni Reuter and organized by Aalto University Department of Architecture and the Museum of Finnish Architecture.
The online lecture will be held on Zoom Webinar platform. Please pre-register from this link no later on Tuesday 8 November 2022: https://q.surveypal.com/Registration-Architecture-Speaks-Kerstin-Thompson
Link and instructions for participation are sent in a separate email after the registration has closed.
The online lecture is free of charge and organized in English. Interpretation, translations or live-captioning are not provided. There will be no recorded version of the lecture available afterwards. Technical instructions are on display at the beginning of the lecture.
For more information
Manager of Learning and Public Programmes
Museum of Finnish Architecture