Full price: $67.00
This course is based on Richard Goodwin's keynote presentation at the 2010 Australian Institute of Architects' National Conference extra/ordinary.
Richard Goodwin's keynote presentation explores the boundaries of architecture, investigating how it intersects with art, the body and the city. Using examples—including parasitic, guerilla-action, and commissioned projects—he explodes these boundaries. He explains his ideas on "porosity" and "parasitic architecture", and gives an unexpected, innovative and thought-provoking perspective on what architecture is, and what it means.
Professor Richard Goodwin, UNSW College of Fine Arts
Over 30 years of practice as an internationally exhibiting artist and architect, Goodwin has sustained a prolific and award-winning professional practice of art and architecture. His work ranges from freeway infrastructure, to the gallery, to “parasitic” architecture/public artworks. Fundamental to his work and philosophy, “Porosity” is the notion of adaptive re-use and radical transformations.
Goodwin established the Porosity Studio in 1996 at the College of Fine Arts at UNSW, where he currently holds the position of Professor. The studio enquires into a dynamic understanding of art, architecture and urban design, and has been recognised and supported internationally by various universities and institutions.
Course structure and materials
Length of course
Continuing professional development hours
1 formal Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point.
After completing this course, you should be able to:
National Competency Standards in Architecture
Full price $67.00
Practice Membership / A+ $46.00
Graduate Member $46.00
SONA Member (student) $25.00
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