28 February 2018
|Time:||6:00pm to 7:30pm|
|Location:||Robin Evans Room (M416), University of Westminster, Marylebone Campus, 35 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LS – View map|
About the talk
There are so many different ways of being an architect. Everyone will have to decide who to work for and what projects are going to be meaningful to their own trajectory in the profession. Drawing on a career spanning three recessions, Cany will revisit some of the clients and projects which have been most challenging. The most exciting design propositions and built projects demand an initial shared vision strong enough to withstand the vagaries of project management and delivery. While many such architectural visions rely on a geometrical concepts Ash Sakula Architects work with 'inhabited visions' from the first sketches to places teeming with life.
There will be time for the audience to ask questions of the speaker both during the Q&A and informally after the event with refreshments and networking.
About the speaker
Cany Ash, Co-Founder Ash Sakula Architects (Architecture, 1984)
Cany Ash studied at Cambridge and the University of Westminster. She co-founded Ash Sakula Architects with Robert Sakula in 1994 to pursue cultural urban development projects through diverse means, working with communities, arts organisations enlightened developers, public bodies and self initiated projects. The practice was Supreme Winner in the 2016 Housing Design Award for the Malings, a new neighbourhood on the banks of the River Ouseburn in Newcastle and in 2017 its Wickside project in Hackney Wick was Overall Winner in the New London Architecture Awards.
Book your place
This event is free, but you must register your place in advance.