Thursday 12 April 2018
15:00 - 16:00
Experimental Archetypes and the New Civic
Named one of Britian’s most influential architects, Alison Brooks will speak about her award-winning practice, the resurgence of building as craft, housing as civic advocacy, and the rise of timber in architecture.
Principal and Creative Director of Alison Brooks Architects in London, Alison Brooks is recognized as one of the leading architects of her generation. Her approach to building emerges from extensive research, with each project expressing a specific response to place, community and landscape. Since founding her practice in 1996, she has produced an outstanding portfolio of projects that range from urban design and housing to buildings for education and the arts.
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This lecture qualifies for one ConEd structured learning hour (a certificate will be provided upon request, post-event, by email).
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