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Obsessions and Translations: a talk by Alison Brooks

When Apr 30, 2013
from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Department of Engineering
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RIBA East, in partnership with the University of Cambridge, is thrilled to be able to invite you to attend a public talk in Cambridge by Alison Brooks, 2012 Winner of Architect of the Year Gold Award and 2012 Housing Architect of the Year Award.

Architecture Talks

Alison Brooks talks about 'Obsessions and Translations'

Tuesday 30 April 2013, 6 for 6.30 - 7.30pm

Venue: Cambridge University, Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1PZ

 

alison brooks lecture 

Accordia and NewhallBe© Paul Riddle

 

To book: bookings (with glass of wine) £12. Advance booking essential.

*Online booking: http://www.architecture.com/RegionsAndInternational/UKNationsAndRegions/England/RIBAEast/ArchitectureTalks/ArchitectureTalks.aspx

Or contact Delyth Turner-Harriss at riba.east@riba.org tel. 01223 566285

We are inviting those who recognise the value of great design in our communities or just love good design to make a date to join us for a glass of wine with friends and discuss the importance of inspirational architecture with an architect who creates it.

The first to win the UK's three most prestigious awards for architecture; the Stirling prize with FCB and MLA (2008), the Manser Medal (2007) and the Stephen Lawrence Prize (2006), many people will already know Alison Brooks for her work at the Stirling Prize-winning development at Accordia in Cambridge and Newhall in Harlow.

*Students will be admitted at no cost, provided they book in advance using the Eventbrite Link

Click here to download the event poster.