Professor Richard Blythe, Head of RMIT Architecture + Design and founding Director of TERROIR, will unpack the design process of competitions for architectural projects through which Terroir have unravelled the idea of the contextual surface. In doing so key past projects will be touched on including the awarded Statens Naturhistoriske Museum, Denmark, announced earlier this month. The lecture will unravel how designing itself is a legitimate research enquiry and illustrate how the RMIT University practice-based PhD works and how it results in more rather than less designing.
Venue: Katholic University of Leuven, Belgium
Date: Thursday, November 19