On Tuesday 24 April 2018, State Library of Queensland in partnership with the University of Queensland School of Architecture hosted the 2018 UQ Architecture lecture series with Rachel Neeson of Neeson Murcutt (Sydney). Read the Design Online article with transcript and further reading notes: designonline.org.au/review-2018-uq-architecture-lecture-with-rachel-neeson/

The event was held at State Library of Queensland Auditorium 1 with an audience of approximately 220 people.

Adam Jefford 00:10
Janina Gosseye 01:56
Rachel Neeson 04:48
Panel discussion 1:04:50

Rachel Neeson formed Neeson Murcutt Architects with her late partner Nicholas Murcutt in 2004, and has recently been joined by Stephen Neille, formerly Pendal + Neille in Perth. The work of Neeson Murcutt Architects has been recognised locally and internationally through publications, exhibitions and awards. It is one of few smaller practices to have been awarded the highest professional accolade across diverse categories – public architecture, urban design, interior, heritage, education and residential architecture.

Rachel studied architecture at the University of Sydney, graduating with the University Medal in 1993. She was awarded the Board of Architects 2002 Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship and completed a Masters of Architecture in Barcelona. Her talk for the UQ Architecture lecture series is entitled Sense & Sensibility.

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