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What is the architect’s role in the 21st century? Two leading thinkers, Alastair Parvin and Daniel Susskind, will explore how the profession must change at the LSA’s next Show & Tell.
Daniel Susskind’s talk will explain how, in an internet society, ‘increasingly capable systems’ will undermine professional monopolies and change the way that specialist knowledge is made available. While Alastair Parvin will report from the frontline of that digital revolution, discussing 00’s work advancing open source design and production, and speculating upon what the economy might look like both for design professionals and also for citizens.
Both speakers will illustrate urgent new models for practice in the 21st century, which will be debated after their presentations in a panel discussion with Farshid Moussavi and Will Hunter.
If you’d like to know more about the school, please join us for an open event at the Design Museum on Thursday 14 January 4.30-6pm. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
Join the LSA for a lecture by Professor Leon van Schaik on Practice Makes Perfect: Learning from the RMIT distinguished practitioners design practice research program. The event takes place on Tuesday 24 November at 7pm in Room CR100, London Metropolitan University, 41/71 Commercial Road, London E1 1LA. To reserve your free ticket email email@example.com
‘This week’s interview is with Will Hunter, Founder and Director of the new London School of Architecture (LSA), which proposes a different type of educational enterprise.’ READ MORE
The LSA is delighted to partner with Archiboo for Carlo Ratti’s LFA talk on The Future of Work: New Ideas that will Kill the Office, at 8am on Thursday 18 June. READ MORE
‘Doing more with less: London’s new architecture school explained’ READ MORE
‘James Taylor-Foster in Conversation with Will Hunter, Director of the new London School of Architecture.’ READ MORE
‘Architectural education is too expensive and too lengthy while the profession is underpaid and under-appreciated, according to the head of a new school due to open in London later this year.’ READ MORE
‘Will Hunter’s new postgraduate course is both a reaction to and an outcome of the progressive marketisation of UK higher education, says Icon’s architecture correspondent Douglas Murphy’ READ MORE
The LSA is holding a student open evening on Wednesday 15 April at 630pm at its HQ at 13 Great James Street. If you would like to know more about the programme and meet some of the faculty, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org