Public Works explores how architects, designers and advisors are shaping the future with government. Presented by The University of Sydney and Monash University.
Cities of the future face seemingly insurmountable challenges. Public Works considers how architects and designers are working with and within government to add value to the processes that shape buildings and places because the future is being planned and designed today.
4 – 5 pm
Session One | looks at how the values of design are embedded in government projects through two case studies – Maitland Riverlink and Sydney Metro – told by the client and design advisors. Featuring Abbie Galvin, state government architect and Aaron Cook, Maitland City Council.
5 – 6 pm
Refreshments and networking opportunity
6 – 7 pm
Session Two | moderated by Sarah Lynn Rees, investigates how the law/lore of Country and Traditional Custodians, and Indigenous perspectives, can be embedded upstream in public urban design and planning frameworks.