Arper was a showroom partner of the first Blueprint for the Future event – taking place in Clerkenwell, London over three days - July 17-19 2018 -, it is a showcase of the work of the brightest, most interesting and challenging architecture students graduating Part 2 across London.
The Arper showroom exhibited the work of the London School of Architecture best graduating students, inspired by the school’s vision for people living in cities to experience more fulfilled and sustainable lives. The LSA aims to educate future leaders to design innovations contributing to its vision, and it is professionally recognized at Part 2 level by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) and the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA).
Blueprint for the Future is also a forum for conversation and debate around the future of architectural education and practice. The Arper showroom played host to the seminar “The Future of Architectural Education”, exploring how architectural education needs to evolve to respond to the challenges and changes of today.
Seminar “The Future of Architectural Education”
July 17th 2018
Ione Braddick, architect and public planner, Public Practice associate
Andreas Lang, MArch Course Leader, Central Saint Martins
Prof Andrew Clancy, Professor of Architecture, Department of Architecture and Landscape, Kingston School of Art
Prof Bob Sheil, Head of Department at The Bartlett School of Architecture
Prof Graeme Brooker, Head of Programme, Interior Design, Royal College of Art
Prof Harry Charrington, Head of Architecture, University of Westminster
Dr Matthew Barac, MArch Course Leader, The Cass
Samantha Hardingham, Interim Director, the Architectural Association School of Architecture
Simon Herron, Academic Leader, Department of Architecture and Landscape, University of Greenwich
Will Hunter, Founder and Director, The London School of Architecture
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