Architecture in the Age of Austerity

ARCHITECTS for HEALTH are delighted to invite you to our event

On 17 March 2011 at 6 for 6.30pm

Architecture in the Age of Austerity

It will be held at BDP offices

16 Brewhouse Yard

London EC1V 4LJ

 

We can use this current time of uncertainty to look afresh at the issues which were not addressed or resolved in the building boom that has just ended.

Speakers will give their take on the future and describe schemes undertaken within the framework of existing hospital estates or buildings.

Speakers include

John Cooper, Chair Architects for Health

Mungo Smith, MAAP Architects

Rosemary Jenssen, Devereux Architects

Jackie Cardiff, HCP

Nigel Greenhill, Greenhill Jenner Architects

Please register for a place by email at  events@architectsforhealth.co.uk

This is a members’ event.

If you would like to join AfH now please contact members@architectforhealth.com. The AfH Annual Subscription is £50.

 

Useful links:

www.architectsforhealth.com

www.bdp.com/Documents/Studio%20Directions/London.pdf

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