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RIBA Research Symposium – 2009 Event
Changing Practices Event, London, England
22 Sep 2009
RIBA Research Symposium 2009 : Changing Practices
Date and time: 24 Sep 2009, 9.30am – 5.30pm
Venue: RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1
Now in its fourth year, the Royal Institute of British Architects’ annual Research Symposium has become an important fixture in the architectural community’s calendar.
Following the success of 2008’s symposium on space standards, this year’s event turns its attention to the subject of the profession itself, at a time when architects have had to look at and question the ways in which they operate. Titled Changing Practices, the Symposium will provide a context for those discussions, presenting the challenges and opportunities for architectural practice; it will explore how practice evolved in the past, operates in the present, and might change in the future.
The Symposium will be organised in four sessions:
– The Evolution of Practice will look at the history of the profession
– The Organisation of Practice will review how practices are structured and managed
– The Politics of Practice will explore the ideologies and belief systems that shape practice
– The Future of Practice will examine other ways in which architectural intelligence might be deployed
This year the RIBA welcomes Anne Lacaton (photo above) of Parisian practice Lacaton and Vassal (winner of the 2008 French Grand Prix National de L’Architecture) who will deliver the keynote speech. The practice is reknowned for their projects that extend the social and economic frontiers of architecture. The event will be convened by Jeremy Till of the University of Westminster and Tatjana Schneider of the University of Sheffield.
To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.
Book your place online at www.architecture.com/research
Tickets for non-RIBA members cost £99.00; RIBA members pay £78.00; students pay £26.00
RIBA Research Symposium 2009 Speakers & Contributors
Ruth Reed, RIBA President
Anne Lacaton, Lacaton and Vassal
Harriet Harriss, Oxford Brookes University (morning)
Murray Fraser, University of Westminster (afternoon)
Keith Bradley, Feilden Clegg Bradley
Jonathan Charley, University of Strathclyde
Christian Derix, Aedas
Liza Fior, muf
Stephen Hill, Beyond Green
Indy Johar, 00:/
Martin Parker, University of Leicester
Simon Pepper, University of Liverpool
Jim Saker, Loughborough University
Robert Webb, Quiet Revolution
Albena Yaneva, University of Manchester
RIBA President : Angela Brady
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