Architecture in Australia
In conjunction with the exhibition Australia
, the first major survey of Australian art in the UK for 50 years, the RA welcomes two of the country’s leading architects to talk about recent and on-going projects while also reflecting on Australia’s vibrant architectural culture.
Monday 11 November
Timothy Hill founded Brisbane-based Donovan Hill in 1992, which has since become one of Australia’s leading practices also gained an international recognition for its work. In his lecture, he discusses current projects and reflects on the conditions of architecture in Australia. Find out more
Saturday 16 November
In 2000, the architect Corbett Lyon and his wife Yueji embarked on a project to combine a family home with a museum for their collection of contemporary Australian art. The result, the Lyon Housemuseum in Melbourne, brings domestic and museum typologies into an elegant and intriguing dialogue. Find out more