Where do Houses Live? Evening Symposium

“If people live in houses where do the houses live? If they are homeless all we are left with is the typical endless, featureless suburbia.” Gordon Cullen, Maryculter, 1974

As part of the ‘Where do Houses Live?’ exhibition, Proctor and Matthews Architects invite you to join them for an evening symposium where they will be joined by leading academics, practitioners and government experts for a panel discussion chaired by Chloe Phelps, Head of Design at Brick by Brick.

The practice will be presenting their ‘10 principles for placemaking’ with a focus on ‘identity’ - the London Festival of Architecture's theme for this year - to create sustainable neighbourhoods anchored in the social, environmental and cultural contexts of each location.

Speakers include:
Louise Wyman, Head of Strategy, Homes England
Susie Stirling, Head of Placemaking and Housing, The Scottish Government
Timothy Brittain-Catlin, Architect, Author & Architectural Historian
Stephen Proctor & Andrew Matthews, Directors, Proctor and Matthews Architects


Organiser

June 13, 2018

18:00 - 21:00

Admission: FREE

More Info: www.proctorandmatthews.com/news/london-festival-architecture-2018-where-do-houses-live

Tickets/Booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/where-do-houses-live-evening-symposium-tickets-45379681850


Image: Proctor and Matthews Architects

Venue


184 - 192 Bermondsey Street

184 - 192 Bermondsey Street London SE1 3TQ

0207 378 6695