Discount Tickets for ArchiTeam Conference

11 April 2021

Our good friends at ArchiTeam are offering a special discounted rate for ACA members for the ArchiTeam conference on Friday 21 May.

Trajectories is a virtual day-long national conference with an impressive lineup of international and Australian speakers, including keynote speakers Jeremy Till from University of Arts (London), Jing Liu from SO–IL  (USA), Antony Martin from MRTN Architects (Melbourne), Simone Bliss from SBLA studio (Melbourne + Launceston) and Jenny Edwards from Light House Architecture and Science (Canberra).

Post pandemic, many Australians have a newfound appreciation for what it means to dwell in a space, in a community, and in a city. In the workplace, open-plan offices with hot-desking are now decidedly outdated, while at home, studies and private open space have never been more valuable. In cities, spatial qualities and relationships have also been brought sharply into focus. Public parks have never been more enticing for their essential rejuvenating qualities, while the reduced vehicle traffic during the crisis offered a glimpse of a possible rebalanced future.

For all of the upheaval and shockwaves delivered by the pandemic, the bigger environmental crises still remain. What is the role of the architect in this? What should our new vision be? What needs to change? What will remain the same? The 2021 ArchiTeam Conference will explore the future trajectories for design, practice and business that will enable architects to rise to the challenges ahead.

Trajectories will look to the future to critically examine how architects should respond to unprecedented and rapid change.  How can small and sole practitioners test design leadership, business strategy, collaboration and disruptive innovation to achieve positive outcomes in a world that looks very different compared to the last five years.


8am–5pm Friday
21 May 2021


8 formal CPD points


Non-members $280
ArchiTeam & ACA members $180


To reserve your place, head to the booking page.