` Two Observations and One Strategy ' the RIBA Suffolk LOVE Architecture Talk
Housing is back on the agenda as both a political necessity and potential economic catalyst. Some architects are producing thoughtful exemplars which recognise our present needs and aspirations. What do you consider to be good housing? Is mass house building right for the future?
A lecture to challenge and inspire you.
Explore the new Hoffmann Building and join a wide mixed audience to continue your discussions at supper.
Lecture: £10 per person
Lecture and Supper: £25 per person
Please note: there is also a day time workshop Housing IS Architecture which you may choose to attend
Bookings for this event on ://tinyurl.com/HousingIsArchitecture
And look out for:
Open houses in the Aldeburgh area – a once in a lifetime chance to visit award winning houses and meet their owners.
Celebrate the places you love this summer and join us for some stimulating events!
This event starts on the 28/06/2013 at 6.30pm.
This event ends on the 28/06/2013 at 7.30pm
This event is a Talk/Debate event
There is a maximum capacity of 150
This event has a cost of £10
The evening lecture finishes at 7.30pm, supper will be held following this. To Book go to ://tinyurl.com/HousingisArchitecture There is free parking at The Maltings A pay bar will be available An exhibition / film will be shown throughout the day
Snape Maltings Concert Hall ( Hoffmann Building) , Snape Maltings, Snape, Suffolk, IP17 1SR
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