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Episodic Urbanism: Practice and Projects: PE1706

Peter Elliott AM 2017 AIA Gold Medalist
Formal CPD
2 Hours - FORMAL
Duration: 01:21:49
In this talk, Peter Elliott describes his practice development, discusses some of the early and continued influencers of his work and talks about some of the major projects and focus areas within the practice. His is an established architectural and urban design practice that has been operating since 1975…more than 40 years!
The practice has a special interest in architecture + urban design in the public realm.
This includes a broad range of projects for schools and universities, public authorities and government agencies. In practices of this size it is possible to maintain a close working relationship with the client at every stage of the process. Accordingly, this Practice has been able to maintain a high standard of design and delivery of quality contemporary architecture as is acknowledged by numerous architectural awards and published works.
  • Gain insight into the early and long lasting influences for Peters work
  • Gain insight into the management of a practice over the long term
  • Understand how good practice can lead to stability and genuine long term client relationships
  • Appreciate the influence of this practice on the long term sense of place within the Melbourne environment.
  • Appreciate Peter’s vision in the development of large scale urban architecture, especially ‘freeway architecture’.

Recognised by the NSW ARB, ARB of Victoria, BA of Qld, AB of WA, Work Stds Tas, APB of SA, PIA, AILA & BDA



    Adjunct Professor; AM

    Peter Elliott won the AIA Gold Medal in 2017. 

    He is a Melbourne architect who commenced practice in 1975. He is currently a Senior Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Art Design & Architecture at Monash University. In 2015 he was awarded a Doctor of Architecture honoris causa by the University of Melbourne. He has a special interest in the design of the public realm, and has lectured and written extensively on contemporary architecture and urban design. In 2015 he authored a monograph book titled “Episodic Urbanism – RMIT Urban Spaces Project 1996 – 2015’ published by URO Publications.

    The work of the practice has won more than 70 National and State architectural and industry awards. This includes an Order of Australia in 1987 for services to architecture (public housing), the RAIA Victorian Architecture Medal 1991 for the Carlton Baths and Community Centre. Projects include; Spencer Street footbridge, the Robert Clark Horticultural Centre Ballarat Botanic Gardens, Observatory Gate Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, RMIT University City Campus Urban Spaces Project, Deer Park Bypass and M80 Ring Road upgrade. In 2015 he was commissioned for a major new extension to Parliament House in Spring Street and the redevelopment of the Alexander Theatre into a performing arts complex at Monash University Clayton campus.