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Rural Studio and Jeremy Till: Architecture and Locality

Tues 22 June 2010 7pm
  • Woodshed © Rural Studio, Auburn University, 2010. Commissioned by the V&A.

 

Andrew Freear, Director of Auburn University, Alamba’s highly influential design and build programme, Rural Studio, and Jeremy Till, Dean of Westminster School of Architecture, discuss architecture’s social responsibilities and strategies of bridging the gap between theory and the real world.

"If architecture is going to nudge, cajole, and inspire a community to challenge the status quo into making responsible changes, it will take the subversive leadership of academics and practitioners who keep reminding students of the profession's responsibilities."

Samuel Mockbee, Founder, Rural Studio Part of the International Architecture Showcase at London Festival of Architecture 2010. Supported by the US Embassy


 

Venue

Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre, Victoria and Albert Museum

 

Tickets

Full Price: £8
AF Members and Concessions: £6

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020 7942 2211

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Andrew Freear, Director of Rural Studio, and Jeremy Till, Dean of Westminster School of Architecture, discuss architecture’s social responsibilities and the gap between theory and the real world.