Critical Subjects: Think Critically, Design Differently

The Building Centre is delighted to partner with the Critical Subjects International Summer School. The project will bring some of the keenest built environment students worldwide to London to engage in a series of intellectual, architectural and urban design challenges facilitated by leading names in the field. We have a small number of spaces available for some events taking place in the coming week.

What is Architecture for?
Sunday 13 July. 6pm - 7:30pm
When money is tight even for the essentials of life, this event asks if 'architecture' one of those expendable essentials.

Vicky Richardson, director, Architecture, Design & Fashion, British Council
Michel Mossessian, design principal, Mossessian & partners
Victoria Thornton, OBE, founding director, OpenCity

Farrell Review
Saturday 19 July. 1pm - 2:30pm
What impact will this document have on the profession, and do we need such a formal architecture policy?

Max Farrell, Operations and Communications Director Company: Terry Farrell & Partners

Respondents:
John McRae, director, Orms
Greg Lomas, director, Foster Lomas
Alastair Donald, project director, British Pavilion, Venice Bienale
David Howarth, director, DRDH Architects
Dan Hill, executive director, Future Cities Catapult; ex-CEO, Fabrica
Chair: Austin Williams, associate professor of architecture, XJTLU, Suzhou, China

Other events include:

What is Good Architecture?
Bookshop Barnie with Jonathan Meades

These events are open to members of the public, however there is limited space. If you are interested please RSVP futurecitiesproject@gmail.com

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