ASA Lecture Series: Stopping Over

Posted: 9 April, 2019
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  • ASA Lecture Series

    The Architectural Students Association is delighted to support and promote 'Stopping Over', a week of lunchtime lectures by visiting international guests. The lectures take place each day 12:00-13:00 in the Linenhall Gallery.

    Tuesday 9 April: Martin Gledhill. Martin Gledhill is a Design Studio staff member at the University of Bath, School of Architecture. For 25 years he worked as a practising architect, both within his own practice, Gledhill Walker Architects, and with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios amongst others. He has particular interest in the symbolism and ‘spirituality’ of architecture, arising from a life-long interest in Jungian psychology and theology.

    Wednesday 10 April: Rosie Parnell. Rosie Parnell is Professor in the Department of Architecture and Built Environment and the PGR Director for her Faculty in Northumbria University Newcastle. Rosie’s research, teaching and practice combine interests in children’s spaces, design process, participation and architecture education. She was one of the authors of the book The Crit: An Architecture Students Handbook.

    Thursday 11 April: Paulo Providencia. Paulo Providencia is Design Studio lecturer at the Department of Architecture of the University of Coimbra, Portugal, and has been invited as Guest Critic at UCD (Dublin), SAUL (Limerick) and ETH (Zurich). He is the author of a study about hospital construction in 19th century (A Cabana do Higienista) and was co-editor of a guide on modern architecture in Porto (Porto 1901-2001, Guia de Arquitectura Moderna). His work is concerned about response to specific context.

    Friday 12 April: Irena Bauman. Irena Baumanis an Architect and co-founder and director of Bauman Lyons Architects. Bauman is a Professor of Sustainable Urbanism at Sheffield University School of Architecture. She was the author of How to be a Happy Architect amongst other books and publications. Her firm’s goal is to think about social justice and sustainability from an architectural standpoint.

    Made possible with a grant from The National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

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