Guest lecturer and University of Nottingham alumna Clara Bagenal George will speak about her work as part of the London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI).
The Department of Architecture and Built Environment of the University of Nottingham invites you to the opening of their 2019 end of year show.
DABE Quadrangle from 18:00 Thursday 20th June 2019. The event includes the award ceremony, exhibition official oppening, drinks and entertainment.
The Architecture, Culture & Tectonics Research Group warmly invites you to attend their Friday Seminar on 03 July at 13:00 with Guest speaker: Dr Anthony Brand, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Refreshments on arrival.
Jointly hosted by University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, Research Matters offers early career-stage researchers from academia and practice an opportunity to present their research in a setting similar to that of a peer-refereed conference but in a more constructive, supportive and non-confrontational atmosphere.
Exclusive one day conference and exhibition, covering emerging technologies which facilitate new ways of designing, enhancing the use of 3D models, applying Artificial Intelligence and offering new possibilities in digital fabrication and construction. Tickets cost £65 but NDSA readers receive 20% discount.
Maibritt is a senior lecturer at Victoria University of Wellington’s School of Architecture. Her research seeks to redefine sustainable architecture and urban design through mimicking ecosystems, changing the goals from sustainable to regenerative development, and integrating complex social factors into design.
Join us for this inspirational evening in celebration of International Women's Day. Speakers include Kate Murphy, Partner at Foster + Partners, whose recent projects include 2018 Stirling Prize-winning Bloomberg and Susan Le Good, Associate Director at Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM). Kate and Susan will be joined for a panel discussion and audience Q&A by Dr Valeria Passetti, VP Membership, RIBA, chaired by Alison Davies of Nottingham-based Urban Fabric Architects.