All posts tagged “Technical Studies Lecture Series

Technical Studies Lecture Series: “Mycelium and other Bio-based Construction Materials ” Ehab Sayed , Biohm, Thursday, December 3 at 18:00 [online via BB]

When: Thursday, 3rd of December at 6pm Event Link (no need to register):  https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/3ea897faf8b14916a16d1b200581b1e9  Ehab Sayed has over six years of experience as a sustainable designer, engineer, circular economy strategist and built environment innovator with a passion for creating a biomimetic (nature- inspired) circular future. […]

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Technical Studies Lecture Series: “Creating Civilised Cities,” Chris Williamson, Weston Williamson and Partners, Thursday, November 12 at 18:00 [online via BB]

When: Thursday, 12th of November at 6pm Event Link (there is no need to register): https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/8cfdaba2b81a485d803c0a3181bc6da7  Weston Williamson and Partners have gained a reputation for the elegant design and craft of complex design challenges. Their work includes significant infrastructure projects such as the new station […]

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Technical Studies Lecture Series: “Building with Cross Laminated Timber (CLT),” Andrew Waugh from Waugh Thistleton Architects, Thursday, October 8 at 18:00 [online via BB]

When: Thursday, 8th of October at 6pm Event link:  https://eu.bbcollab.com/guest/8d7c6b34eb16433cb169a07f519d9712 A mass timber building will weigh about 30% of a regular building, and so much reduced foundations … these buildings can be re-purposed, they are easy to adapt. Andrew Waugh Andrew Waugh of Waugh Thistleton Architects […]

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Technical Studies Lecture Series: “The Shape of Green” Mick Pearce, Thursday, October 1, 18:00 [online via BB]

Thursday, 1st of October at 6.00pm Event link: https://eu.bbcollab.com/collab/ui/session/guest/2415664a77cb470bb266d845cf4bcb76  Michael Pearce is a graduate of the AA and was a student of the socio-technology gurus Reyner Banham and Cedric Price. Pearce was responsible for the design and supervision of the award-winning Eastgate Centre in Harare […]

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Technical Studies Lecture Series: “An Introduction to the History of Fortifications” Prof Jeremy Black, University of Exeter, Thursday, November 28, M416, Marylebone Campus, 18:30

When: Thursday, 28th of November, 18:30 Where: M416, Robin Evans Room, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS Prof Jeremy Black MBE is a British historian and a professor of history at the University of Exeter. He is a senior fellow at the Center for the Study of America and […]

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Technical Studies Lecture Series: “Tackling Climate Change with Affordable Green Housing” Ripin Kalra, University of Westminster, Thursday, November 14, M416, Marylebone Campus, 18:30

When: Thursday, 14th of November, 18:30 Where: M416, Robin Evans Room, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS Ripin Kalra has been working in Disaster Risk Reduction, Low Carbon Development and Climate Resilience since 1992. He has first-hand experience in over 30 countries across Caribbean and Latin […]

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Technical Studies Lecture Series: “Risk Management in London Underground” James Macrae, Transport for London / Senior Risk Manager, Thursday, November 7, M416, Marylebone Campus, 18:30

When: Thursday, 7th of November, 18:30 Where: M416, Robin Evans Room, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS James Macrae graduated from St John’s College, Cambridge in 1976 with a degree in Engineering, and joined Taylor Woodrow International as a Graduate Civil Engineer. He became a […]

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Technical Studies Lecture Series: “Material Matters!” Carmen Rist-Stadelmann, Institute of Architecture and Planning at the University of Liechtenstein, Thursday, October 24, M416, Marylebone Campus, 18:30

When: Thursday 24th of October, 18:30 Where: M416, Robin Evans Room, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS Materials influence the design and outward appearance of our built architecture. Therefore it is important to perceive of material as a whole, as a unity of form and construction, […]

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