The lecture reviewed the underlying values and methods that inform architecture as a language. A comprehendible architecture should be self-explanatory.
Sydney-based architect Peter Stutchbury graduated from Newcastle University, where he is now a professor, in 1978, and received the university's convocation medal in 2004. He held professional chairs in South Africa, the U.S. and South America, has delivered more than 160 lectures in over 26 foreign countries,and was awarded the Luis Barragan Diploma Catedra in 2008, the Diploma de Architecture Chile 2010 and Diploma de Department of Landscape Architecture Taiwan 2011. Stutchbury is a founder and teacher in the Glenn Murcutt International Masterclass since 2001. In 2008 his firm won the International Living Steel Award in Russia and, since 1995, Peter Stutchbury Architecture has won 46 AIA awards (14 nationally) including both of the nation's major awards in 2003 and 2005. In 2012 Stutchbury was made an AIA life fellow.