What it takes…

8454_What it takes template_carousel banner_08.17_FINAL ARTWAS has launched an Alumni Lecture series this year, free for students and recent graduates. We’re excited to announce our first speaker, Angela Brady.

I met Angela through my work at the Architectural Benevolent Society and she was lovely enough to let us take over her studio for the summer exhibition. She struck me as an incredibly energetic and pro-active person – quite inspiring. This time, Angela agreed to come talk to us about her work and hopefully inspire even more people to persevere and achieve their architectural dreams.

WHAT IT TAKES TO DESIGN GREAT SOCIAL SPACES

Date: Tuesday 24 October 2017
Time: 6pm – 7pm
Location: Robin Evans Room (M416), Marylebone Road, Marylebone Campus
RSVP: This event is free, but you must register your place in advance using the form

The pressures of proposing new models that not only fulfill an aesthetic brief, but also are environmentally friendly, keep up with technology, economy, and other restraints falls mainly on the architects. Buildings can strongly influence our welfare and general happiness, be it where we live, work, or play. Join us to hear from Angela Brady about the social life of buildings and how architects can design to encourage interaction in communities in the changing contemporary urban context.

Angela Brady, Co-Founder of Brady Mallalieu Architects, OBE, PPRIBA, PDSA, FRIAI, FRSA, HonFRIAS, PhD(Hon), FAIA, FRIAC, HonFIStuctE, FBIID (Architecture, RIBA, 1986)

Angela is co-founder and director of the award winning private practice Brady Mallalieu Architects Ltd, with Robin Mallalieu. Their design studio specialises in contemporary sustainable architecture and their buildings prioritise occupiers’ wellbeing whilst still maintaining remarkable elegance and style.

Past President of RIBA Women In Architecture, and currently a Design Council CABE ‘Built Environment Expert’ as well as President of the Architects Benevolent Society, Angela reaches a wide public audience as a professional TV broadcaster, promoting architecture on TV and radio. Angela also publishes articles in books, magazines, and blogs as well and runs design workshops in schools and galleries as a STEMnet ambassador.

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