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Simone Oliver joins the INDE.Summit line-up

Architectus Principal and National Interior Architecture Sector Leader, Simone Oliver will be joining the inaugural INDE.Summit line-up to discuss ‘Ecosystems of Commercial Space in the Indo-pacific’ on 5th August 2021.

An event designed to challenge, educate, and inspire over 1 day and 4 sessions, the summit consists of curated panels featuring leading minds from right across the Indo-Pacific. INDE.Summit is a symposium dedicated to analysis and exploration, where each discussion provides its own roadmap to the architecture of the future.

What does the future of design look like in the Indo-Pacific? How are we – as a region – responding to an environment and a world that is rapidly changing, harnessing the power of architecture, design, and infrastructure to create the future we both want and need?

This is the central question the summit will be asking, where an overarching theme of “develop/undevelop” will guide a series of four dynamic discussions designed to explore the next progressions of our industry and our region.

Simone Oliver will moderate a panel including Rosemary Kirkby of Rosemary Kirkby & Associates, James Calder of ERA-co, Tom Owens and Nayan Parekh of Gensler, and Mike Day of Roberts Day to discuss ‘Ecosystems of Commercial Space in the Indo-Pacific’.

Be there as the virtual summit unfolds. Register here.

Simone Oliver INDE.Summit 2021


Simone Oliver INDE.Summit 2021
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