Each semester the Liverpool School of Architecture also holds a guest lecture series, with noted practitioners from the fields of Architecture, Design and Art invited to speak to our undergraduate and postgraduate cohorts. For any queries on these, please contact us at

Please note: All lectures and accompanying Q&A sessions are recorded. If you would like to submit a question anonymously in advance, please contact us at

All lectures are free open access events, however in some cases prior booking via EventBrite is required.

The Liverpool School of Architecture also manages multiple seminar series reflecting the breadth of interests served. These are open to all staff and students of the University and we particularly encourage attendance by Honours and Postgraduate students.

To watch recordings of previous Guest Lectures visit our film archive, for information on previous years Guest Lectures visit our archive

Next Lectures

View the Spring semester Guest Lectures here

View the Autumn semester Guest Lecture recordings here

23rd June - 19th July

Abstract image of the Liverpool School of Architecture new building in yellow and orange

LSA 2022 End of Year Show

Professor Ola Uduku, Head of School, and the staff and students of Liverpool School of Architecture invite you to the LSA annual End of Year Show.

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Feb - May 2022

Building material in perspex tube

Carbon Counts

A concept of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Carbon Counts is a striking installation which draws together key metrics for ten materials to illustrate the embodied carbon impacts of each. Carbon Counts runs at the Liverpool School of Architecture from 1st February to May 2022.

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31st August 2022

Abstract ceramic relief with blue glazing

ASAUK Biennial Conference 2022

Running from August 31st – September 4th, 2022, this is a unique two-part conference, the first part taking place online and involving ASAUK research colleagues based in Ibadan and Nairobi engaging in the conference themes from Africa based platforms shared across Africa and Liverpool in the UK. This is followed by a smaller in-person conference, hosted by the ASAUK at the University of Liverpool.

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