Ian Alexander Memorial Lecture

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You’re Invited to the Inaugural Ian Alexander Memorial Lecture
Join us for an evening of inspiration and reflection as we kick off the first installment in our ANNUAL Series of PRACTICE IN ARCHITECTURE Lectures!

Date: 13-02-2024
Time: 17:30 for 18:00
Venue: Silver Lakes Clubhouse, La Quinta Street, Lynnwood Ridge, Silver Lakes Golf Estate

ABOUT THE LECTURE SERIES
In memory of the architect, Ian Alexander, whose dedication shaped the architectural landscape for over five decades, we proudly introduce the Ian Alexander Memorial Lecture – an annual celebration of architects who, like Ian, have committed their careers to the advancement of the profession.

THE LEGACY OF IAN
Ian’s legacy is woven into the fabric of the South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) and the Royal Institute of British Architects. Ian’s contributions are far-reaching – from serving as the President of the PIA to actively participating in committees that shaped the industry, Ian’s impact is boundless.

HONORING A LEGEND
The Ian Alexander Memorial Lecture aims to recognize individuals who have made remarkable strides in promoting, supporting, and enabling good architecture through model practice principles. Each year, a distinguished presenter will share insights, experiences, and achievements that echo Ian’s commitment to advancing the architectural profession.

JOIN US TO CELEBRATE ARCHITECTURAL EXCELLENCE
This event is not just a lecture; it’s a celebration of the passion, dedication, and innovation that architects bring to the community. Network with like-minded professionals, gain valuable insights, and be part of a tradition that celebrates the essence of good architectural practice.

RSVP TODAY!
Secure your spot at this inaugural event by confirming your attendance. Let’s come together to honor Ian’s legacy and pave the way for a future where architecture continues to flourish.

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Join us for some networking, drinks, snacks and live music after the lecture.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Ian Alexander Memorial Lecture – an evening of inspiration, education, and the celebration of architectural practice!

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME
Welcome and Introduction
LECTURE:

Eugene Barnard
Achieving Project Intent through overall Project Comprehension

Intent/Purpose is the golden thread that runs through any successful building project. The architect who conceptualizes the design intent is in the best position to guide the entire process to a successful completion. We will look at how today’s technology has enabled the architect to shepherd of the process effectively. We will also explore a few successful classic case studies of how the architect’s insistence has kept the Intent of the project alive up to its conclusion.

Colin Scott – PROCSA Representative
Kumarsen Thamburan – JBCC Representative

Thank you and closure of formalities

Networking, drinks, snacks and live music

COST INFORMATION

Event Cost
All Delegates R100.00
PAYMENTS: Online or EFT – ABSA, BROOKLYN BRANCH, ACC: 1500167501
REF: NAME + IAML

 

EVENT INFORMATION

Date: 13 February 2024
Time: 17:30 for 18:00 – 21:00
VENUE: Silver Lakes Clubhouse, La Quinta St, Lynnwood Ridge, Silver Lakes Golf Estate
CPD FOR THIS EVENT: 0.2 CPD Credit in Cat 1

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