RIBA North West is hosting a series of talks across July and August aimed at providing architects and graduates in the region with inspiration from a range of award-winning national and international speakers.
Each event will feature an individual or practice who will share their experiences within their particular fields of expertise, and highlight that the routes to success within the fields of architecture and design can take many forms.
The fourth event in the series will take place at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester with a talk from Jessica Reynolds, Director at the RIBA Award-winning vPPR Architects. The practice was established in 2009 by Tatiana von Preussen, Catherine Pease and Jessica Reynolds who together develop rigorous architectural concepts, which resolve complex and competing relationships between community, geometry, landscape and economy. The practice won the RIBA London 'Emerging Practice of the Year' Award and was a finalist for RIBA House of the Year in 2015 for their Vaulted House project in London.