'Architecture as Material Culture' a talk by Richard Francis-Jones

By ai

Nov. 14, 2013

6:30 p.m.

Surry Hills Library

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‘The right to the city is far more than the individual liberty to access urban resources: it is a right to change ourselves by changing the city.’ – David Harvey

With the launch of Architecture as Material Culture – a monograph documenting the first ten years of fjmt’s practice – comes a free talk by design director Richard Francis-Jones.

fjmt design director Richard Francis-Jones will present a free talk,Architecture as Material Culture, on Thursday evening at Surry Hills Library.

Richard will present a series of dialectics and explore, through an interweaving of theory and practice, the issues and challenges confronting our cites and communities. These explorations will be presented first as generalised speculation and then by reflecting on recent fjmt projects.

With introduction by Monica Barone, CEO, City of Sydney.

More details and RSVP available here.

Surry Hills Library & Community Centre will host an exhibition exploring the work of fjmt in conjunction with this talk.

Kindly supported by the City of Sydney.


Free, RSVP essential