Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder of Danish architecture practice 3XN, will be one of three keynote speakers at the Old School / New School forum on Tuesday 14 October.
The forum, to be held at AGL Theatre, Museum of Sydney, will explore the future of learning spaces across the tiers of education and will include presentations by architects, designers and educators. Herforth Nielsen believes architecture has the power to shape people’s behaviour, fostering positive cultural change and better wellbeing. Education projects by 3XN include Ørestad College in Copenhagen and Tangen Polytechnic in Norway.
The event is part of the Design Speaks program of stimulating talks, seminars, forums and conferences on and about architecture and design.
Design Speaks is presented by Architecture Media. Find more information and book tickets to Old School / New School on the Design Speaks website. designspeaks.com.au