The Design Realisation lecture series offers a range of perspectives upon architectural design practice that blends the technical with the creative.
This series of lectures will equip students with new tools, technologies and ways of thinking about their work so that ideas can be expressed on the macro and micro scale. The series seeks to address some of the fundamental social, cultural, economic, environmental, ecological and legislative challenges, which face designers today. This responds to real world constraints and opportunities that can empower the delivery process from concept to reality. The role and demands upon architecture and the architect are always evolving. It is important that we open up a dialogue with students, staff and practice to address the possibilities for effective design realisation in the present and in the future.
15 November | 12:00 | Pedro Gil and Stefan Lengen
22 November | 14:00 | José Terero Cullen
29 November | 12:00 | Izaskun Chinchilla Moreno and Emmanuel Vercruysse
6 December | 12:00 | Anna Liu and Rae Whittow-Williams
13 December | 12:00 | Jenna Al-Ali and Yeoryia Manolopoulou
10 January | 12:00 | Nat Chard and Maria Fulford
17 January | 12:00 | Kirsten Hoggart and Tanvir Hasan
31 January | 12:00 | Rachel Yehezkel and Laura Hanningan