Jul 28, 2022
Our guest in this episode is Elizabeth Farrelly, who, although not being a registered architect, has had a prolific career contributing to the architecture profession through many disciplines. Elizabeth is an author, journalist, critic, educator and former public servant for the City of Sydney. In this interview, Elizabeth shares her incidental entry into the study of architecture, her thoughts on architecture criticism in public media outlets, the importance of getting “placemaking” right in Australian cities, and Elizabeth also expands on some of the themes in her latest book “Killing Sydney”, which addresses some of the significant issues of expedited development in Australia’s biggest metropolis. This interview is conducted by Sally Hsu, an EmAGN representative based in New South Wales.