RIBA Exeter is hosting an online summer lecture with guest speaker Tom Gibson of Haworth Tompkins, project architect of the Bristol Old Vic which won three RIBA awards in 2019.
At a time where everyone is keen to interact and re-engage in our public space, as we slowly come out of lockdown, the lecture will be a focus on:Sustainable place making, civic space and the role of historic buildings.
The lecture will review these topics and look closely at the overlaps between the Bristol Old Vic and Battersea Arts Centre, London. The lecture will aim to promote insight and prompt a discussion about new design models for recovery as we see restrictions eased and work towards sustainable architectural practice post-COVID-19.
Tom Gibson, Haworth Tompkins, Associate
Tom joined Haworth Tompkins in 2012 and became an Associate in 2018. He has been actively involved in a number of the studio's housing, theatre and community projects. He is also a member of the Social Value team. Tom studied at the University of Edinburgh and the Royal College of Art, where he won the Helen Hamlyn Design Award for Independent Living. He is also a guest critic at the University of East London and a RIBA Student Mentor.