28 Aug 2021 Once Only Event
Join us for a series of sessions across the day where you will hear from designers, artists, architects and industry leaders about the application of biophilic design in the urban and lived environment. The symposium will be moderated by Ken Long, chairperson of the Adelaide Sustainable Building Network.
10:30am for an 11am start
Keynote Speaker Amanda Sturgeon
Industry panel featuring architect Yaara Plaves, urban planner Daniel Bennet, product designer Jake Shaw, academic and furniture designer Peter Walker
Followed by light refreshments and mingling
5pm – 8pm
Fun, quick-fire presentations from landscape architect Mauricio Herrera, architect Yaara Plaves, interiors/furniture designer Enoki, interior/furniture designer Robyn Wood, product designer Jake Shaw and floral designer and architect Sky Allen.
Book two sessions and get $5 off with code FUNguy5
About the Exhibition:
Biophilia: Call of the Wild explores humans love of nature, and the need to connect to it within our built environment. Biophilia from Greek translates as “the love of living things”. At its core is the principle to connect humans with nature and as a result improve wellbeing. In our urban setting we yearn to connect to the natural environment. Held in The Mill’s Exhibition space, Call of the Wild is curated by Robyn Wood and features work by designers Enoki, Caren Elliss, Jake Shaw, Peter Walker, Sally Wickes and Robyn Wood.
Cost: in person $10 (+ booking fee), via Zoom $7 (+ booking fee) per session.
Once Only Event
28 Aug 2021