The Liverpool School of Architecture holds a series of events each semester, 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, talks and accompanying Q&A sessions are recorded. If you would like to submit a question anonymously in advance, please contact us at

All lectures and talks, unless otherwise stated, take place on Wednesdays at 1pm, are Hybrid and free open access. In some cases prior booking via EventBrite or Zoom is required, for Hybrid events booking is essential.

To watch recordings of previous years events, lectures and talks, visit our film archive, for information on previous years events, lectures and talks, visit our archive.

Forthcoming Lectures

26th April 2023

Rust coloured building with prominent vertical ribs and vents, framed by foliage

Rob Leechmere
Jonathan Tuckey Design

The lecture will focus of the praxis of Jonathan Tuckey Design, examined through the lens of testing through models, prototyping and metaphors. An inherent part of the practices working methods and output, this talk will elaborate on these processes and discuss how more abstract references and the use of metaphor are important in the practice’s work.

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3rd May 2023

Three children looking in through an internal window set in a brick wall. on the window is a paper cutout world and a rainbow coloured text reading

Simon Henley
Architecture & Society 

Henley Halebrown's work has covered an unusually wide breadth of building types, this presentation will revisit schemes that have developed the studio’s thinking and is aimed at seeding a dialogue challenging us to consider how architecture can help to address the immense challenges that face our society.

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