Posted on January 24, 2020
Leverage National Architecture Conference will be taking place in Perth, Australia on the 8-9th May, 2020.
Leverage 2020 is structured through four themes. Each revolves around a set of levers that can be activated through architectural intelligence, advocacy and activism and new models of practice.
POLICY + POLITICS — leverage through advice, strategy and negotiation
PEOPLE + PARTNERSHIPS — leverage through proximity, connection and mediation
PRACTICE + PROJECTS — leverage through speculation, process and production
PUBLISHING + POLEMICS — leverage through discourse, advocacy, argument and education
These themes will be explored through plenary presentations, public conversations and chaired panel discussions. Parallel ‘pivot’ sessions will extend and amplify these themes in terms of everyday actions, large and small, which delegates might explore in their own working and professional lives.
Many people are doing extraordinary work. Leverage provides delegates with the opportunity to learn from speakers and each other.
We are pleased to say that Jude Barber and Nicola McLachlan will be attending the conference to discuss our principles of creative freedom, equity and sustainability.