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UNSW Build Environment:

Strategic Directions in Education and Research

 

Alec Tzannes
 

Professor

Dean, UNSW Built Environment

 

Alec Tzannes is a graduate of the University of Sydney, where he completed a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Architecture (winning the University Medal), and has a Master of Science (Architecture and Urban Design) from Columbia University.

After graduating, he worked in the Office of the NSW Government Architect for five years before spending six years as an Associate with Glenn Murcutt and Associates. He started his own practice in 1982.

Tzannes Associates has received more than 40 major state and national awards, including Australia’s top award for new residential work, the RAIA Robin Boyd Award. Some of Prof. Tzannes’s best known projects include the Federation Pavilion and Federation Place at Centennial Park, Overflow Park at Homebush, Aria, Centennial and Bistro Moncur restaurants, commercial buildings in Surry Hills, Woollahra and Double Bay and numerous residential major works such as the Stonecutters (Sydney) and the York (Newcastle).

Prof. Tzannes has been a member of numerous boards and committees, including design panels for Sydney Olympic Park, Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust. He is a member of the Historic Houses Trust and the Australian Institute of Architects where he has held several positions including National President. His work has been published widely, and he lectures regularly around Australia. The NSW Public Library holds many original drawings and sketchbooks of his work.

 

演讲时间:2010年10月22日(周五)16:00
演讲地点:清华大学建筑学院王泽生报告厅

 


 

 

 

  

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