Guest Lecture Series

Each semester the Liverpool School of Architecture holds a quest lecture series, with noted practitioners from the fields Architecture, Design and Art invited to speak to our undergraduate and postgraduate cohorts.

For any queries please contact Sandy Britton on sandy.britton@liverpol.ac.uk

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

Autumn Semester Lectures 2021


Thursday 30th September

Katy Marks

A Citizens Design Bureau: weaving with wit and wisdom

Katy Marks

Katy will talk about the work of Citizen’s Design Bureau, scratch process and why the business model of architecture practices needs to change

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Thursday 7th October

Marina Tabassum

Works by Marina Tabassum

Please note, this lecture has a 5pm start time

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Thursday 21st October

Rahel Belatchew

The Challenges for Architecture

Rahel Belatchew

Rahel will join us form Stockholm to will talk of the challenges of architecture  exemplified in the numerous projects and lab pieces of  Belatchew Arkitekter

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Thursday 28th October

Jim Eyre

Jim Eyre OBE

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Thursday 4th November

The Garden of earthly delights by Hieronymous Bosch, 16th C, Wikimedia commons

Designing for an Ethical World

Sumita Singha OBE RIBA

The patriarchal hierarchy of our designed environment seeks to dominate nature and those who are weaker, including animals and other humans.  Now with the existential threat of the climate crisis, do we need a different way of designing?

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