Here are an example of lectures that our students have attended.
PLAYING THE CITY
This term's Architecture Open Lecture Series focuses on young women academics and practitioners creating and making. The series opens on Friday 30th January with Penelope Haralambidou from the Bartlett talking about her investigations and book...
Ben is a Producer for Squint/Opera, a world leader in architectural communication, using digital media, moving image, rendering, sound and interactive technology to “built our reputation on our ability to communicate compelling narratives and construct believable spaces with a strong sense of atmosphere and occasion.” Ben studies architecture at Edinburgh College of Art, working first as a year-out student for Squint/Opera, before joining them after Part 2 as a Producer. Clients have included John McAslan, Allies and Morrison, and Populous. They have offices in London, Melbourne, Abu Dhabi and Sau Paulo.
Friday 29th November 2013
Hear more about the history and current work of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) from local to national level including presentations from three local RIBA chartered practices.
Model - ‘feel the realness’Nic Howett, architect and Ed Frith, MArch Course Leader, will discuss the use of the model in architectural practice over Nic’s models including those with Jonathan Tuckey Architects, Moving Architecture, and Patrick Lewis Architects.
Prof. Richard Horden Horden Cherry Lee Architects“Lightness and lightweight are our prime aesthetic and functional objectives. We explore how to achieve more with less, how to optimise visual and technical lightness, how to minimise our use of materials, and how to make buildings 'touch the earth lightly'.
Graham Bizley, Prewett Bizley ArchitectsPrewett Bizley Architects are an award winning practice based in east London and Somerset. Through our built work we are establishing a reputation for innovative, low energy buildings that people enjoy using. In 2010 we won the Architectural Practice of the Year Award in the Builder & Engineer Awards and in 2009 were finalists for the Young Architect of the Year Award.
Esme Feldhouse, Architect/Studio Weave“Studio Weave is a London-based architecture practice set up in 2006. We balance a joyful, openminded approach with technical precision to create a diverse body of work in the UK and abroad for public, private and commercial clients. We value idiosyncrasies.
Lucy Orta – Potential Architecture Presentations & Discussion Prof Oren Lieberman, Dean AUB Hannah Bruce - Artist, Rosa Couloute - Thinker & Maker, Caroline Salem - Choreographer, Ed Frith - Architect
Welcome to AUB Architecture!To launch this year, all BA Architecture and MArch students are invited to an essential briefing session. This will include important recent course developments, timetabling, space and project information, as well as essential details of the preparation for the 2014 RIBA visit. Please ALL join us.