Go West!

How did Perth put itself on the map? We thought it was a good question too so we got the best and brightest to weigh-in on the discussion. Join us at Artedomus for Contemporary Wine In Design, this October 15th.

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Borrowing its name from Charles Kingsley’s seminal 1855 novel, Contemporary is bringing a series of hot-topic panel discussions to the West for Contemporary Wine In Design, October 15th. Entitled Westward Ho! these seminars are imbued with as much spirit and reflection as Kingsley’s tale of adventure, the New World and the inquisitive nature of reaching out to new frontiers. Butting in on the design discussion across Western Australia, these lively and heated industry talks put a spotlight on A+D in a wholly new way. Surrounding topics relevant to the disciplines and professions of A+D today, the foci may be West Coast, but the insightfulness is valid worldwide.

Seats are filling up fast for these talks, so be sure to register your attendance via the links below:

Go West!
Hosted proudly by the team at Artedomus
Saturday, October 15th, 12:30pm

With the increased investment in Western Australia’s cultural and civil infrastructure, we have to ask what our A+D community is doing that seems to be getting the world’s attention. Tourism on the West Coast is growing from strength to strength annually, and the unique skyline of Perth is luring visitors from all over the globe. What did A+D do that has helped make Perth an international destination? How have they done this? Or, simply, why?

Make sure you reserve your seat here.

Want to know who’s going to be weighing-in on one of WA’s most exciting developments today? Well, say hello to:

Michael Woodhams
As the Western Australian Chapter Manager of the Australian Institute of Architects, Michael Woodhams is helping develop long term strategies, policies and processes to promote a sustainable built environment to turn Perth and its other regions into globally attractive, competitive, productive, sustainable and socially inclusive places to live, work and visit.

Jack Flanagan
Jack Flanagan is one of Perth’s premier industrial designers. Flanagan’s work is heavily influenced by exploring the concepts of attachment and permanence and the relationships that families and individuals forge with treasured objects and places. Embracing ancient and traditional techniques and materials like bronze and aluminium sand casting, turned metals and timbers and the creation of unique colours and wood stains, his work is renowned for the latest manufacturing technology and materials for industrial scale.

Neil Cownie
Neil Cownie is an award winning architect who designs buildings that are enduring in quality and responsive to the needs of our fast changing world – for families, developers, businesses and institutions. As Director of Neil Cownie Architect and an esteemed member of the Architects Board of Western Australia, the Design Institute of Australia, Cownie was the recent recipient of Dulux’s international design tour scholarship, DIAlogue on Tour.

Phillip Griffiths
One of WA’s most experienced and respected architects, Philip has been involved with some of WA’s most iconic historic buildings including Fremantle Prison, Episcopal Palace, Premier’s Office and Cabinet Room, WA Ballet Centre, Government House, Central Government Buildings, and Parliament House. As the current State President of the State Heritage Office, Griffiths is heavily integrated in local and international architectural negotiations of place, identity and architectural thinking.

Make sure you save yourself a place at Go West! and reserve your seat here.

With full CPD accreditation, the biggest names in A+D today, and the most controversial issues we’re currently facing, be sure to register your attendance at Contemporary Wine In Design now.

Contemporary Wine In Design
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