Justine Clark & Debbie Ryan in Wellington

10 October 2013

DIVERSE PRACTICE: Justine Clark and Debbie Ryan

Justine Clark and Debbie Ryan will deliver a public lecture as part of the series on Diverse Practice, in association with Women+Architecture NZ.

When:  5:30pm, Thursday 10 October 2013

Where: LT1, Faculty of Architecture and Design, 139 Vivian Street, Wellington

Justine Clark is an architecture editor, writer, critic and researcher. Educated in New Zealand, she has been based in Melbourne since 2000 and was editor of Architecture Australia from 2004 – 2011. Justine is currently editor of the website Parlour: women, equity, architecture, and is a researcher in the wider project 'Equity and Diversity in the Australian Architecture Profession: women, work, leadership.'

Debbie Ryan is the principal of MCR and has managed the practice for the past 25 years. She has vast experience in commercial, institutional and domestic design. Debbie has singluar design abilities, acute sense of composition and extensive product knowledge. These attributes have contributed to MCR's edge in delivering end products. Debbie's approach is both scientific and intuitive, and conceived designs perfectly meet the requirements of each client and building. Debbie co-leads all projects at MCR with Robert McBride and is a recognized public speaker, critic of design and a continuing contributor to the construction industry.

Join us for drinks and nibbles in the Atrium at 5.30pm before the 6.00pm lecture.