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2014 UQ Architecture Lecture Series–Kate Luckraft

2014 UQ Architecture Lecture Series–Kate Luckraft

Architects, urban planners and landscape architects joined us for the sixth lecture in the 2014 UQ Architecture lecture series, presented by the University of Queensland School of Architecture and the Asia Pacific Design Library.

Kate Luckraft from ASPECT Studios presented as part of the series on Tuesday May 6.

Kate Luckraft is a landscape architect and Studio Director of ASPECT Studios, Sydney.  Kate is a passionate advocate for her discipline and regularly presents at conferences, universities and to forums. ASPECT Studios is an Australian owned practice with seven studios located within Australia and China.

The work of ASPECT Studios has won numerous landscape architecture and urban design awards including Darling QuarterSydney Laneway Upgrades, Cranbrook Junior School (NSW),  Pirrama Park (NSW), Victoria Harbour Master Plan (VIC) and Jack Evans Boat Harbour–Tweed Heads (NSW).

Event details
Date – Tuesday, 6 May
Time – 6:00pm for a 6:30pm talk (cash bar and cheese)
Venue – Auditorium 1, Level 2, State Library of Queensland

More about the speaker…
Kate has been involved in the design,  resolution, documentation and construction administration of completed projects including the award-winning Darling Quarter in Darling Harbour, Alumni Green at UTS and Cranbrook Junior School in Rose Bay. Kate is known professionally as a leader in the rapidly growing, and specialised design area of integrated urban play spaces. She was the project leader for the significant urban renewal project, Darling Quarter, a project that involved the revitalisation of Darling Harbour and included the design of the most visited children’s play space in Sydney. Current projects include Alumni Green (University of Technology Sydney), St James Reserve (Glebe), MLC Centre Public Domain, (CBD).

Click here to view past lectures from this annual series.

Presented by The University of Queensland’s School of Architecure and SLQ’s Asia Pacific Design Library.

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