We are delighted to announce that TODAY Building Design will be hosting a FREE online programme not only to reveal the architect practices that are finalists for this year’s awards, but also provide a day of live digital content for the industry.

Tune in all day on Friday 10th July to hear experts discuss and debate the hot-topics affecting the practice and profession of architecture, alongside discovering which practices make up the 2020 Architect of the Year Awards shortlist.

WHAT’S ON

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9am: Doing the right thing: Impact of Covid 19 on architects’ work to achieve net zero and social value

Visit Building Design at 9am on 10th July to discover the results of our very topical survey.

Visit the website here to view the results.

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10am: Past Young Architect of the Year Award winners talk about how their practices have developed since their win

Since its birth more than 20 years ago, YAYA has launched the careers of countless talented young architects who have gone on to build renowned practices, from Niall McLaughlin to Carmody Groarke. Today we hear from last year’s winners and two other laureates on what it means to win – and how they capitalised on their success.

Panellists:

  • Fergus Feilden, founding director, Feilden Fowles
  • Christopher Lee, principal, Serie Architects
  • Stefanie Rhodes, founding director, Gatti Routh Rhodes
  • Chaired by: Thomas Lane, Chair of Judges and Building Design’s Technical Editor

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Fergus Feilden, founding director, Feilden Fowles
(Photo credit: Kendal Noctor)

Christopher Lee,
principal,
Serie Architects

Stefanie Rhodes,
founding director,
Gatti Routh Rhodes

Thomas Lane,
Chair of Judges and
Building Design’s Technical Editor

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11am: Architect of the Year Awards Shortlist Announcement (part 1)

Discover who has made the shortlist for the following categories:

  • Young Architect of the Year
  • Housing Architect of the Year
  • Retail & Leisure Architect of the Year
  • Refurbishment Architect of the Year
  • Individual House Architect of the Year, sponsored by Duravit
  • Architectural Leader of the Year

Visit Building Design at 11am to view the finalists of these categories.

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1pm: How to survive a recession

No one welcomes an economic crash. But are they always a disaster or can they provide opportunities for creative flourishing? Hear from people who have been there before – and come out the other side.

Panellists:

  • Sumita Singha, founding director, Ecologic
  • Sam Jacob, founder, Sam Jacob Studio and co-founder of FAT
  • Brendan Kilpatrick, senior partner, PRP
  • Alex Shall, partner, Haines Watts
  • Chaired by: Elizabeth Hopkirk, Building Design’s Assistant Editor

 

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Sam Jacob, founder, Sam Jacob Studio and co-founder of FAT

Brendan Kilpatrick, senior partner, PRP (Photo credit: Joe D Miles)

Alex Shall, partner,
Haines Watts

Sumita Singha,
founding director, Ecologic

Elizabeth Hopkirk, Building Design’s Assistant Editor

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2pm: Architect of the Year Awards Shortlist Announcement (part 2)

Discover who has made the shortlist for the following categories:

  • Education Architect of the Year (nursery to 6th)
  • Higher Education Architect of the Year
  • Infrastructure Architect of the Year
  • Interior Architect of the Year
  • Sustainability Architect of the Year, sponsored by Kingspan
  • Small Project Architect of the Year

Visit Building Design at 2pm to view the finalists of these categories.

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3pm: Designing social value

Social value is an increasingly common requirement in PQQs which means it’s a chance for practices to win work and do the right thing. But how? Our panel of experts includes the brains behind the RIBA’s social value toolkit – published this month – as well as architects who will bring a broader perspective.

Panellists:

  • Stephanie Edwards, founding director, Urban Symbiotics
  • Riette Oosthuizen, partner, HTA Design
  • Flora Samuel, Building Design’s social value columnist and professor of architecture at the University of Reading
  • Chaired by: Chloe McCulloch, Building Design’s Editorial Director

 

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Stephanie Edwards, founding director, Urban Symbiotics

Riette Oosthuizen, partner, HTA Design

Flora Samuel, Building Design’s social value columnist and professor of architecture at the University of Reading

Chloe McCulloch, Building Design’s Editorial Director

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4pm: Architect of the Year Awards Shortlist Announcement (part 3)

Discover who has made the shortlist for the following categories:

  • Office Architect of the Year
  • Public Building Architect of the Year
  • Public Realm Architect of the Year
  • Best Architectural Employer of the Year, sponsored by Haines Watts
  • Social impact award
  • Architectural Client of the Year, sponsored by Aluprof

Visit Building Design at 4pm to view the finalists of these categories.

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