Socialising with Architecture - Reem Daou

Socialising with Architecture - Reem Daou

A Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship Project

Thursday, 29 February 2024
6.30pm - 9.00pm
The Joinery 
111 Franklin St,
Adelaide 5000

Overview  

The SA Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects named Reem Daou the recipient of the 2023 Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship, since then Reem has completed her study and is ready to present her findings.

Join Reem as she wraps up her exploratory study, learning about the relationships between built form and social fabric. Specifically asking: what role do architects and their collaborators have to play in creating socially sustainable and resilient places? Expect an insightful presentation followed by a workshop filled with collaborative discussion.

Reem is the youngest ever recipient of the Fellowship, hear her findings. 

The Jack Hobbs McConnell Travelling Fellowship was established following a bequest from the estate of the late modernist architectural figure Jack Hobbs McConnell who died in 2005 aged 92. The Fellowship is for promising designers, who might ultimately practice in South Australia, to undertake an independent program of research or course of further study in architecture or a related field. The selection committee consisted of Anthony Coupe, Director at Mulloway Studio, Miranda Spencer, DesignInc and Matt Alfred, UNStudio.
 

Price

$10 - includes wine on arrival