Heritage Address 2019: Kerstin Thompson

Heritage Address 2019: Kerstin Thompson

Kerstin Thompson presents the annual Heritage Address as part of the 2019 Open House Melbourne program.

The Heritage Council of Victoria was delighted to have leading architect Kerstin Thompson present this year’s Heritage Address as part of the 2019 Open House Melbourne program.

Passionate about integrating our heritage into the future of our city, Thompson has worked on award winning architectural projects with heritage at their heart. Her recent project, The Stables at the University of Melbourne,​ Faculty of Fine Arts & Music received a Heritage & Educational Architecture Award from the AIA Victorian Chapter in 2018.

Kerstin’s practice focuses on architecture as a civic endeavour with an emphasis on user experience and enjoyment of place. Her talk is a thought-provoking look at the role heritage plays in our cities and lives.

The 2019 Heritage Address is presented by Open House Melbourne and the Heritage Council of Victoria and supported by The University of Melbourne.

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