Lunchtime Research Seminars
The Lunchtime Research Seminars are being held again this semester. Running every Wednesday from Week 3 through to Week 10 we have an impressive and diverse line-up of speakers.
All seminars are held in G04A, School of Architecture, between 13.00-14.00, lunch provided, 40 minute talk with Q&A to follow.
|9th October||Andrew Crompton||What Does a Music Look Like?|
|16th October||Patrick Zamarian||Education at the Architectural Association|
|23rd October||Christina Malathouni||Preston Bus Station - from threats of demolition to the longlist of the RIBA Stirling Prize 2019: a case study on the blurring of new and old architecture|
|30th October||Katerina Antonopoulou||Mass Representation: unfolding conflict through the filmic representation of crowds in crisis Athens|
|6th November||Barnabas Calder||"Architectural history declares..." A long view of the relationship between architecture and energy|
|13th November||Richard Koeck||If These Walls Could Talk: A Mixed Reality Heritage Experience|
|20th November||James Hillson||Linearity and the Gothic Style: Architectural Conception in England and France, 1200-1400|
|27th November||Nick Webb||Tracing the Past: a digital analysis of the south west choir aisle vaults at Wells cathedral|