Architecture Speaker Series 2017; BORIS BRORMAN JENSEN & KRISTOFFER LINDHARDT WEISS

 

 

WHAT // Architecture Speaker Series 2017
WHO // The University of Adelaide
WHEN // Tuesday, 14th March 2017, 6pm

WHERE // The University of Adelaide, Horace Lamb Lecture Theatre, 1022, (Enter via ground floor)

HOW // Free event, no registration required!

 

 

The University of Adelaide's Architecture Speaker Series is sure to be an exciting and engaging string of events; bringing together a stellar line-up of internationally renown Architects to present their work, ideas and give us insight into their aspirations for the future.

 

Join in hearing Boris & Kristoffer speak at this years Architecture Speakers Series, held on campus by The University of Adelaide. 

 

 

ABOUT BORIS BRORMAN JENSEN & KRISTOFFER LINDHARDT WEISS

 

Boris Brorman Jensen is an independent researcher, consultant and practising architect with fifteen years of research experience from architectural schools and universities around the world. He studied at the Aarhus School of Architecture, pursued graduate studies at The State University of New York, in Buffalo and earned a PhD from Aalborg University. He has been a visiting academic at The University of Sydney and guest lecturer at Chulalongkorn University, in Bangkok and The Oslo School of Architecture and Design.

 

Boris has published and exhibited numerous research projects on globalisation, urban development and architectural theory and has been involved in a number of urban design and planning projects with various collaborators.

 

Kristoffer Lindhardt Weiss has a background in Philosophy and is a former co owner of Danish architecture studio, Effekt. Kristoffer has represented Denmark in a number of Danish and international exhibition projects including The Venice Biennale of Architecture 2006, which earned the Goldern Lion for best national pavilion. Currenly, Kristoffer is a partner in the consultancy firm Wallner Weiss. 

 

Together Boris and Kristoffer curated the current Danish contribution to the 15th Venice Biennale.

 

 

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