RIBA Lectures for Architects

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Lectures for Architects

RIBA is proud to support this unique approach to conservation skills and the CPD Core Curriculum. These lectures will be equally ideal for experienced conservation architects and for those who just want to learn more about the subject from various angles.

New for 2013 is a programme of Continuing Professional Development lectures for conservation architects and architects who aspire to specialise. Starting in June, experts in their field will each deliver a lecture corresponding to the subjects within the new RIBA Core Curriculum, with a specific emphasis relating to conservation. This programme enables you to top-up your conservation knowledge and get the required core curriculum topics in a stunning setting.

Each lecture will cost £65 for RIBA/CIAT members, £85 for non-members and £15 for students (on production of a valid NUS card).
Lunches can be booked at a cost of £10.

Accommodation (including evening meal and breakfast) can be booked from £57 no earlier than two weeks prior to your lecture (subject to availability).
Call Bookings on +44 (0) 1243 811301.

Lectures for 2013


17 JUNE - 14.00-17.00
Climate: Sustainable architecture
The use of old materials and building techniques and impact on energy
Speaker: Lucy Pedler, Director, The Green Register

18 JUNE - 09.30-12.30
Being safe: Health and safety
Healthy design and creative safety for designers working on conservation projects
Speaker: Danny Coomber Consultancy, Environment and Training Manager, Butler and Young Training

18 JUNE - 14.00-17.00 - Cancelled
External management: Clients, users and delivery of architecture
Getting the brief right: Practice on the conservation brief
Eleni Makri, Director/Conservation Architect, Conservation PD (Planning and Design)

16 JULY - 09.30-12.30 - Cancelled
Designing and building it: Structural design, construction, technology and engineering
An overview of historic structures from appraisal through to repair
Speaker: Jon Avent, Director, Mann Williams

16 JULY - 14.00-17.00 - Cancelled
Where we live: Communities, urban and rural design and the planning process
Understanding and accommodating the setting of historic places in designing new ones
Speaker: Steven Bee, Principal, Urban Counsel

22 OCTOBER - 09.30-12.30
Context: The historic environment and its setting
Heritage protection for practising architects
Speaker: Christina Malathouni, Lecturer, School of Architecture, University of Liverpool
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22 OCTOBER - 14.00-17.00
Access for all: Universal/inclusive design
Making heritage and access work together
Speaker: Jane Simpson, Architect and Access Consultant, Jane Simpson Access Ltd
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If you have any queries or require any further information please contact the Course Organiser on +44 (0)1243 818219 or cpd@westdean.org.uk.

The lectures will take place either in the Sussex Barn Auditorium, a recent conversion of a nineteenth century building in West Dean Gardens or in the Old Library in West Dean College.
For the Sussex Barn Auditorium follow West Dean Gardens signs: Sat Nav: PO18 0RX or for the Old Library follow West Dean College signs: Sat Nav: PO18 0QZ.

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