Professor Sadie Morgan, founding director of the Stirling Prize winning architecture practice, dRMM champions the importance of design at the highest political level.

Start Date / Time 06 Feb 2018 17:00
End Date / Time 06 Feb 2018 19:00
Venue Burges Salmon, 6 New St Square, London, EC4A 3BF
National No
Region London and the South East
Type Seminar
Available to Non Members Yes

Description

Professor Sadie Morgan, founding director of the Stirling Prize winning architecture practice, dRMM champions the importance of design at the highest political level. Her seminar will look at how the built environment interacts with people and place at every scale - and why, as government investment in large scale infrastructure increases over the next few decades, the design thinking that goes into these spaces will be increasingly essential. She will draw on her experience as chair of the Independent Design Panel for High Speed Two (HS2), a Mayor’s design advocate for the Greater London Authority, commissioner for the National Infrastructure Commission and commissioner for the Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission. Come and join us on 6th February at Burges Salmon, 6 New Street Square, London and participate in the thought-provoking discussion. Refreshments will be provided, along with the chance to network with BCO members and industry peers after the presentation.

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AGENDA

17.00 Registration and refreshments

17.30 Welcome from event chair Keith Priest, Partner at Fletcher Priest Architects

17.35 Presentation from Professor Sadie Morgan, Founding Director of dRMM

18.05 Panel Discussion and Q&A

18.30 Networking and refreshments

19.00 Close of event