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Futures in the Making: A Panel Discussion Exploring the Future of Architectural Education

Wed 26 November 2014, 7pm
  • Futures in the Making launch event. Courtesy Max Creasy http://maxcreasy.com
  • Courtesy of Harriet Harriss

'A panel discussion chaired by Professor Robert Mull, The Architecture Foundation Trustee and Director of Architecture at The Cass, will explore and debate the future of formal architectural education.   What should students learn? , are there gaps in the curriculum?, and which skills are  increasingly important to have in order to rise to the many challenges architects face in practice . Leading academics and practitioners will present their views on how architectural education can respond to the changing role of the architect.'

Panel

Neil Spiller, Dean of Architecture at the University of Greenwich
Peter Clegg, Senior Partner at FCBS (and Professor of Architecture at the Unversity of Bath)
Gem Barton, editor of Edge Condition and lecturer at the University of Brighton.

Chaired by Professor Robert Mull, Dean and Director of Architecture at The Cass

 

Venue

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Twenty Tottenham Road
London
W1T 4RF

Doors open 6.30pm. Event begins promptly at 7pm. 

Please note
there will be an opportunity to visit the exhibition in the exhibition space.

Tickets

Free with prior RSVP to eventbrite.co.uk

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Futures in the Making

In Autumn 2014 The Architecture Foundation presented its annual group exhibition showcasing speculative architectural futures explored in the work of recent architecture graduates.

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A Panel Discussion Exploring the Future of Architectural Education chaired by Robert Mull.