4.12 Pennant Hills High School, photo by Max Dupain, 1967. © Max Dupain & Associates, State Library of NSW, PXD 1013/109.

In 1816, Governor Lachlan Macquarie appointed architect, stonemason and convicted forger Francis Greenway as civil architect and assistant engineer to the colony of New South Wales. The appointment established the role of NSW Government Architect which has endured unbroken for 200 years.

To mark this bicentenary year, GA200+ is a series of forums, workshops and discussions for government, industry, researchers and the public to look towards the next 200 years: what’s next? And are we ready for it?