CAADRIA2022 is the 27th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia. CAADRIA, founded in 1996, is a non-profit organisation which provides a platform for Computer-Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) related academics and professionals to share experience, best practice, and results in education and research in Asia and beyond.
CAADRIA2022 will be jointly hosted by the University of New South Wales, the University of Sydney and the University of Technology Sydney between 9-15 April, 2022, Sydney. We are proud to run this hybrid inperson/virtual conference at the iconic Powerhouse Museum Ultimo, the main branch of the Museum of Applied Arts and Science – a contemporary museum with a technology focus and breathtaking collection of human inventions. Located at 500 Harris St, Ultimo, this conference location is close to Darling Harbour, Chinatown, Central Station (Sydney Terminal), Broadway bus station (Railway Square), and Exhibition Centre Sydney Light Rail Station. (see link map)
ONLINE: CAADRIA2022 continues to respond to COVID. While we invite all presenters to join us for a full online paper presentation conference, we will live stream all presentations across three main theatres at the Powerhouse Museum. You will be able to meet, catch up, view the workshop results and exhibition and travel through the Powerhouse exhibitions. While there will be no live presentations onsite, we provide presentation rooms close to or in the Powerhouse museum.
IN PERSON: CAADRIA2022 associated events, including keynotes, panel discussions, some workshops, industry events and exhibitions will run as in-person events in the Powerhouse museums and other locations – please see detailed conference schedule below for specific events. See other other tabs on this page for info.
CAADRIA2022 also features satellite events such as the workshops and the post graduate student consortium on Saturday 9th to Monday 11th that will be located in each of the three hosting universities (see Post Graduate Student Consortium and Workshop).
We look forward to seeing you onscreen and in person.