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Urban Jigsaw: open ‘crit’


Monday 16 November 2015
6.30 — 8pm

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Join us at the first opportunity to hear the architects taking part in our ‘Urban Jigsaw’ project present their proposals for the creative reuse of London’s brownfield sites.

In July, the RA launched ‘Urban Jigsaw’ – an open call inviting architects to propose speculative uses for London’s unused brownfield sites. This event will be first opportunity for the public to view the proposals being developed by the four practices chosen to work up their ideas. Each practice will present their ideas to an expert panel who will offer feedback and advice, alongside the opportunity for comments from the public audience.

Expert Panel

Martyn Evans – Creative Director, Cathedral Group
Robert Bevan – Architecture Critic, Evening Standard
Kate Goodwin – Head of Architecture, Royal Academy of Arts

Chaired by Owen Hopkins – Architecture Programme Curator, Royal Academy of Arts

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Monday 16 November 2015

6.30 — 8pm

Sir Hugh Casson Room, The Keeper’s House, Royal Academy of Arts

Free, no booking required.