Lecture: Roland Snooks
April 11, 2017 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Studio Roland Snooks is a progressive architecture practice with a passion for experimentation, questioning the norm and developing unconventional solutions. We are a small, agile practice based in Melbourne that operates globally. We have an international network of expert collaborators to enable us to tackle complex and large-scale projects.
The studio is led by Roland Snooks who has 15 years experience in practice, having worked on architectural projects ranging from individual houses to large-scale cultural, education and commercial projects. Roland holds a bachelor of architecture from RMIT University and a masters in advanced architectural design from Columbia University in New York, where he studied on a Fulbright scholarship.
The work of the practice has been published internationally and exhibited widely including at the FRAC Collection in France, the Beijing Biennale, and the National Gallery of Victoria.
We have a fascination with the impact of new technologies on architecture and construction. The practice is at the forefront of new computational design processes and robotic fabrication techniques. We are focussed on how to develop and leverage these innovations to rethink what architecture might be and to create intricately crafted buildings.
Studio Roland Snooks is a registered architecture practice in Victoria, Australia.
Lecture is free, open to the public, and will be livestreamed: bit.ly/lecture1020.