Hear Architect Adrian Iredale discuss the work of Iwan Iwanoff, an iconic architect that produced many projects in Perth including Rivervale
When: Wed, 9 Aug 2023 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM AWST
Where: Events Room, Ruth Faulkner Library 213 Wright Street Cloverdale, WA 6105 Australia
Event image : Iwan Iwanoff, Paganin House, 1965, Floreat. Image courtesy Adrian Iredale.
This event will be held in the Events Room.
The City of Belmont Artist Talk Series sees Professional Artists living or working in the City of Belmont deliver conversational, visual presentations on their work in the Events Room at Ruth Faulkner Library.
Invited artists will discuss their creative processes, previous projects, future directions and share advice for emerging artists and art enthusiasts. Audience members have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussion.
Belmont Artist Talk #3 – Adrian Iredale on Iwan Iwanoff
Over the past twenty-eight years Adrian Iredale has made a significant and sustained contribution to the profession of architecture at state and national levels. His participation in Australian Institute of Architects awards juries, both as a member and chair across Australia, has maintained a high level of critical discourse and clear advocacy for the impact that quality architecture can have in our community.
Adrian is a design architect in its purest form, clearly thinking through drawing to translate ideas into clear communication. Educated in Perth, Melbourne (MArch Research, RMIT University) and Frankfurt (Städelschule), Adrian’s experience in practice and lecturing and his extensive travels provide him with a truly global perspective.
He has specific experience in urban design, education, aged care, custodial, sport and recreation design, and innovative, low-cost, sustainable housing for both public and private clients. These projects have been highly rewarded and published and continue to set benchmarks for Western Australian housing.
Tickets are free for City of Belmont residents (Ascot, Belmont, Cloverdale, Kewdale, Redcliffe and Rivervale), free for students, and $10 for non-residents. Students may be required to present a current valid student ID.
If you have any questions about this event or need assistance booking, please contact the City’s Arts and Place team on 9477 7248 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.