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Teaching practice: architects and research

Architecture Awards Week


Wednesday 15 May 2019
2 — 4pm

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Global education, global practice discussion as part of Awards Week in 2018

Photo by Laura Mark

Explore the relevance of teaching and research for architectural practice in an afternoon conversation inspired by the work of the Royal Academy Dorfman Award finalists.

Although incredibly common among architects, teaching and research remain an under appreciated part of contemporary practice. Yet they are vital in helping architects develop ideas, push boundaries and provide inspiration, despite often being understood as a distinct or self-standing part of an architect’s work.

To combat this perception, we invite our participants to explore teaching and research as an integrated part of their work and discuss how it has allowed them to access and develop concepts that would have otherwise remained beyond reach.

In this free event, the finalists of the Royal Academy Dorfman Award are joined by academics and teaching practitioners from the UK to present their thoughts on the importance of teaching for practicing architects.

● Fully booked

● Cancelled

Wednesday 15 May 2019

2 — 4pm

The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly

Free, booking required

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