School of Architecture


Tuesday 8 May 2018


Auditorium 1 
State Library of Queensland 
South Bank 



Free event

Registrations close 5:00pm Tuesday 8 May 2018


Amalie Wright, of Landscapology, will speak at the seventh session of the 2018 UQ Architecture Lecture Series.

Amalie is Director of Landscapology, a Brisbane-based design studio committed to achieving positive change through good design. The practice works across scales, with projects ranging from private gardens to the updated master plan for the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens, and the multi-award winning Big Plans for Small Creek, a 1.6 kilometre channel naturalisation.

Registered as both a landscape architect and architect Amalie brings a broad perspective to private and public realm projects. Her book Future Park: imagining tomorrow’s urban parks, was commissioned by CSIRO Publishing and she speaks regularly on the topics of parks, public spaces and integrated urban stormwater. In addition to her practice Amalie tutors in landscape and architecture design at the Queensland University of Technology, regularly mentors candidates and sits on the assessment panels for landscape architectural registration in Queensland. She is a former Board member, and is currently Queensland President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.

This event is in partnership with the State Library of Queensland. Light refreshments will be available from 5.30pm, with lecture from 6.15pm - 7.15pm


Please direct all enquiries about this event to:

Olivia Dwyer