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Jonathan Speirs to lecture at Parsons School of Architecture and Design

August 26 2010 — by Jesse Lilley
Education
Jonathan Speirs has accepted an opportunity to speak to students at the Parsons School of Architecture and Design in New York on Thursday 14th October.

Lectures in South Africa August 2010

August 07 2010 — by Keith Bradshaw
Education | Events
Day one: lecture on the opening day of the 2010 Decorex show in Johannesburg. 'Conversations in Architecture' was a full day of presentations discussing the relationship between architecture, light and digital space. Next on to the University of Pretoria to discuss our approach to designing with light. New and emerging technologies were of particular interest to the mixed audience of student architects and engineers.
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Sunset over Johannesburg
Sunset over Johannesburg

Keith to speak at the ALD conference in Instanbul 25th October 2010

August 03 2010 — by Keith Bradshaw
Education | Events
Keith is one of a series of international speakers talking at the biannual ALD Conference on Architectural Lighting held in Instanbul. He will talk about the interplay between interior and exterior light composition when creating architectural lighting proposals. The day will finish with an informal Pecha Kucha event

Jonathan Speirs to speak at Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow

July 12 2010 — by Jesse Lilley
Education
Jonathan Speirs has been invited to speak at the Mackintosh School of Architecture in Glasgow on Friday 8 October.

Couch Cushion Fort Architecture

June 09 2010 — by Iain Ruxton
Education
There is genius in this blog from an architect in Seattle - Couch-Cushion Fort Architecture, and part 2.

They've also tackled the next stage of architectural self-education - Cardboard Fort Architecture, and part 2

New Trends in Architectural Lighting, Istanbul, 28th May 2010

May 31 2010 — by Iain Ruxton
Education | Events
Under the title "Light Beyond Architecture", I spoke about lighting strategy and masterplanning: the importance of big picture views of urban lighting, the opportunities, a taste of process and some observations on the fundamental differences between working with an existing city like Newcastle, Durham or Cambridge, and a brand new not-yet-existing development like some of our Middle East projects.

With this slide in the background, I look as though I'm trying to sell something...

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