In the wake of the Lacrosse Apartment ruling we examine the ramifications for architects, the profession and the built outcomes of the future. The Lacrosse building is just one case amongst many of flammable cladding causing devastating fires, and there is still no definitive response on what to do with the many buildings where residents are still living with this risks. What is the incentive to be registered if the architect is exposed to all the risk but is not getting rewarded equally? How will risk averse attitudes of insurance and consultants influence innovation? Are novated contracts failing the profession?
Join PROCESS on Monday, June 3 for Code Black
Loop Bar is hosting this event and will be having a special on Furphy beer for $5 pots or $10 pints.
Dr Peter Raisbeck – Senior Lecturer in Architectural Practice
Dr Giorgio Marfella – Lecturer in Construction Management and Architecture at the University of Melbourne
Adam Toma, CEO of Architects Registration Board of Victoria
Emma Templeton, Director of Templeton Architecture and Convener of Architects Registration Board of Victoria