The LAS Honan Prize Presentation talk by Matthew Thompson
A Liverpool Architectural Society event supported by the Liverpool School of Architecture
Date: Thursday 31st October 2019
Venue: RIBA North, Mann Island
Time: 17:30 - 19:30
Matthew Thompson, an MArch 5 student at Liverpool School of Architecture, was this year’s winner of the International travel scholarship. Mathew will talk about his travel to Milan and ‘extending the Pinocoteca di Brera'. At the end of the talk, applications for Honan Travel Scholarship 2020 will be launched.
Captain Honan (Matthew Honan) was born in Liverpool in 1878, studied architecture in Liverpool and practiced as an Architect in Liverpool. He designed a number of Catholic churches in the North West before the first world war, and during the first world war he was killed in action in 1916 at the battle of the Somme aged 38.
In his will he gifted parts of his estate towards the completion of the St Matthews Church, Clubmoor, Liverpool and as a memorial scholarship the setting up of the Honan Prize of which the Liverpool Architects society host every year as the Honan Travel Scholarship.
Each year the Liverpool Architectural Society invites students of architecture in Liverpool to submit proposals for a study based trip. A scholarship is presented to the student or students whose proposal demonstrates the most appropriate and worthwhile use in the opinion of the LAS. We also ask that the student awarded the prize presents a talk on their visit to the LAS and fellow students following the trip.