Architecture Symposium: Restore Not More – Reimagining Existing Buildings

Saturday 7 September, 10-5pm, £25 for the day, student entry is free  BOOK PLACE


This year our annual architecture symposium will explore the built environment through a series of talks and presentations by leading architects and innovators in the field.

Acknowledging the need to rethink our use of building materials in relationship to resources, this year’s symposium will focus on the positive impact that rejuvenating, repurposing and refurbishing existing buildings has on both design and sustainability. There will be considerations of the role of architecture to protect and preserve and also the benefits of reconceiving existing buildings to give them new vitality and purpose.

The day will be divided into morning and afternoon sessions looking at the regeneration of buildings, both those regarded as iconic, and others less well-known, with examples of completed projects and those in concept phase.


Image: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Alexandra Palace project

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