Flux will feature a balanced program of lectures and workshop-style sessions over three days, with the customary opening and closing parties ensuring an ideal mix of academic and social engagement for delegates. As we have experienced in the past, the biennial student congress will foster rich discussion and debate on the prevalent architectural themes of the day. Architecture for Humanity's Nathaniel Corum will be among the speakers.
The congress theme will centre on the position of the architect in the face of societal and environmental change, and economic crisis. With a range of speakers drawn from diverse sectors of the profession, the content will explore the positive ways of responding to challenging circumstances, both within a local context and the broader one of humanitarian and post disaster relief.