Architecture Speaker Series 2017; KIRILL DE LANCASTRE JEDENOV

 

 

WHAT // Architecture Speaker Series 2017
WHO // The University of Adelaide
WHEN // Tuesday, 23rd May 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 Kirill de Lancastre Jedenov speak at this years Architecture Speakers Series, held on campus by The University of Adelaide. 

 

 

ABOUT KIRILL DE LANCASTRE JEDENOV

 

Kirill Jedenov studied at Universidade Lusiada de Lisboa. He graduated with distincion under architect Manuel Aires Mateus. In 2003 he participated in his first public exhibition. He joined the team of architect, Joao Luis Carrilho da Graca on a professional internship where he participated in national and international competitions.

 

In 2004 he won a competition for the construction of five single family houses, which give way to the creation of the office Kaputt! And between 2004 and 2010 their much awarded work was transdisciplinary and practised in a network with other professions.

 

Kirill's work has been published across all forms of media, including books, magazines, journals, and he has spoken at conferences across the world about his work. He was assistant professor at Universidade Lusofona de Lisboa, Portugal, as well as visiting professor at Universitat Innsbruck, Institute of Design, in Austria.

 

Kirill is currently assistant professor at The University of Western Australia and practices architecture at Jedenov Arquitectura. His current research interests are; architecture as process, design tactics, underlying systems and relations between interconnected objects, evolutionary architecture, transdisciplinary projects and empowering students and citizens through making.

 

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