design talk with award winning Architect William Smart - a great success!

October 18, 2016

thank you to all that attended the event

This was the first in a new design talk series at Fanuli Furniture, featuring guest speaker:  William Smart.

 

Special thank you to William for his presentation.

 

William Smart is the founder and Creative Director of Smart Design Studio.  His approach to design is holistic, combining both architectural and interior design with a passionate attention to detail.  As Creative Director, William is directly involved in each project, and is continuously exploring ideas in his work relating to flexibility, contemporary living and the merging of art and architecture. 

 

next design talks

(speakers tba)

 

at Mark Tuckey in November 2016.

 

we return to Fanuli Furninture in February 2017.

 

 

mmj design talks supported by

 

 

wine + catering provided by

 

 

 

 

 

 

 mm+j update

luisa guest host this week on _parlour instagram

 

about parlour:

 

PARLOUR: a space to speak – bringing together research, informed opinion and resources; generating debate and discussion; expanding the spaces for women in Australian architecture. Read about their aims below and for more information visit archiparlour.org

  1. To promote gender equity in architecture

  2. To develop advocacy programs and resources based in independent, rigorous research

  3. To provide a vital space for the discussion of gender equity in architecture and publish informed opinion and generate debate and discussion.

  4. To develop and strengthen networks and communities of interest around the issue of gender equity in Australian architecture.

  5. To celebrate women active in the architecture profession, and to provide opportunity and profile for the many women working successfully in architecture.

 

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