Modern Melbourne: Kerstin Thompson

Modern Melbourne: Kerstin Thompson

Now in its eighth season, Modern Melbourne 2023 features AIA Gold Medal winner Kerstin Thompson.

Modern Melbourne 2023 featuring this year’s AIA Gold Medal winner Kerstin Thompson.

Now in its eighth season, Modern Melbourne is a series that documents the extraordinary practice of our most important architects and designers and looks at their lasting impact on Melbourne.

In this episode, Kerstin Thompson – one of Australia’s most influential architects – explores how architecture can respond with great care to local conditions and expands on what she describes as her deep commitment to an architecture that contributes to our ‘living heritage’.

Presented by Heritage Council Victoria in partnership with Open House Melbourne.

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