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Anita Panov and Andrew Scott are the guest curators of The Architecture Symposium. Photograph: Brett Boardman.

Z House by Donovan Hill is one of four houses on the tour. Photograph: Sam Thies.

The Architecture Symposium: Small

Sydney architects Anita Panov and Andrew Scott of Panov Scott are curating a weekend of learning in Brisbane this June, including tours of four architect-designed homes. The Architecture Symposium: Small event will bring together a group of exciting, field-leading architects to interrogate concepts of “smallness” in contemporary architecture, be it in environmental, fiscal, or societal contexts.

On Saturday 27 June, practitioners from around Australia and further afield will convene at the auditorium of UQ Oral Health Centre to presentprojects and demonstrate methods of practice. And on Sunday 28 June delegates will go on a tour of Brisbane houses: New Farm Cottage by Vokes and Peters, Terrarium House by John Ellway Architect, Z House by Donovan Hill and La Scala by Richards and Spence.

The Architecture Symposium: Small is a Design Speaks event presented by Architecture Media with the support of Dulux and the University of Queensland. To purchase tickets and learn more about this event, visit designspeaks.com.au.