Every year since 2008, RIBA Hampshire Branch has invited guest speakers to Winchester, to thrill, provoke and inspire all who hear them, about contemporary architecture and how they work. The RIBA Hampshire Lectures are of interest to anyone with enthusiasm for the future of design and culture.
The 2018 Lecture series begins with Joanna Karatzas, Associate at Niall McLaughlin Architects talking about selected projects, including the current work of the practice.
Joanna has worked on projects including T1 Argent Kings Cross Central, Alzheimers Respite Centre in Ireland, and Oxford University. She previously worked for Anamorphosis Architects and EMBT, Miralles-Tagliabue Architects.
The Branch keeps the lectures informal and inexpensive, to encourage as many as possible to enjoy the Lectures, at Winchester Discovery Centre – itself a highly accessible, public venue.
Previously, the RIBA Hampshire Lectures were held weekly during the early Autumn. This year – the tenth for the series – the Lectures will be held from April to October, to give more people opportunities to attend the individual talks.
Subsequent RIBA Hampshire Lectures will be:
- 3 May – Mark Swenarton: Cook’s Camden – the Making of Modern Housing
- 21 June – Alex Flint, shedkm
- 5 July – Nick Hayhurst, Hayhurst and Co
- 20 September – Russell Brown, Hawkins\Brown
- 11 October – Thomas Bryans, IF_DO
- 18 October – Quick Pitch by local architects