Talking Architecture & Design

Episode 51: Peter Hogg talks about the challenges of teaching design, post-COVID architecture and why work will never be the same

July 09, 2020 Peter Hogg Season 3 Episode 51
Talking Architecture & Design
Episode 51: Peter Hogg talks about the challenges of teaching design, post-COVID architecture and why work will never be the same
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Talking Architecture & Design
Episode 51: Peter Hogg talks about the challenges of teaching design, post-COVID architecture and why work will never be the same
Jul 09, 2020 Season 3 Episode 51
Peter Hogg

Peter Hogg is a practicing architect with more than 30 years experience in the field and is a foundational tutor and lecturer in the Bachelor of Built Environment program at Melbourne Polytechnic, where he has been Head of Program since January 2018.

Peter is presently researching traditional indigenous building typologies in Victoria for his PhD at Deakin University. He talks about the challenges of teaching, the impact COVID-19 will have on apartment design, why work will never be the same and why sustainability needs to be at the very core of everything we design in the urban environment.

Show Notes

Peter Hogg is a practicing architect with more than 30 years experience in the field and is a foundational tutor and lecturer in the Bachelor of Built Environment program at Melbourne Polytechnic, where he has been Head of Program since January 2018.

Peter is presently researching traditional indigenous building typologies in Victoria for his PhD at Deakin University. He talks about the challenges of teaching, the impact COVID-19 will have on apartment design, why work will never be the same and why sustainability needs to be at the very core of everything we design in the urban environment.