Modernist Adelaide: An Architectural Revolution
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About the Event
Adelaide was fertile ground for architectural experimentation in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, when a new breed of forward-thinking architects redefined the city by embracing the aesthetic, technological and environmental aspirations of modernist architecture.
From Australia’s first curtain-wall high-rise of the 50s to the brutalism of the 70s, this engaging talk through time will appeal to anyone with a love of mid-century architecture and design, history or just looking up and seeing the beauty in our everyday built environment.
MORNING SESSION Walkerville Civic Centre, 66 Walkerville Terrace, Walkerville.
Lectures commence at 10.30am. Morning tea is provided at the conclusion of the lecture.
EVENING SESSION Beaumont Bowling Club, 71 Devereaux Road Beaumont
Lectures commence at 7.30pm. Wine and sandwiches are provided at the conclusion of the lecture
Bookings essential by contacting Margaret Stableford on 0407 070 722 or firstname.lastname@example.org