One of our recent Design Talks will be screened as part of the Open House Worldwide 48 hour film festival this Saturday at 5pm AEST – Brisbane time.
Join a group of architects for whom Minjerribah, previously known as Stradbroke Island, off the coast of Brisbane, Eastern Australia, is a special place imbued with subtropical island elements reflected in the buildings they design.
The island has become home to a community of context-sensitive architectural craftspeople, who have fostered an environment where the point is not to compete, but to work with the surroundings and allow Minjerribah architecture to mature.
In this panel, we take a look at the island’s old and new schools of architecture, its design counterculture and the honesty and intimacy of its characteristic, small timber spaces.
Brisbane Open House wishes to thank all the chair and speakers for their valued participation in this series.
About the Open House Worldwide 48 hour Festival
The first 48-hour, free international festival being convened November 14 and 15 by Open House Worldwide. Featuring contributions from architects, designers, urbanists and citizens in more than 40 global cities, Open House Worldwide will address important issues facing built environments around the world, from the climate crisis to housing and from transportation to post-pandemic design.
Browse the festival schedule.
BOH features the release of these three films on the Saturday after the OHWW event on our YouTube channel.