The poster for the Joan Callis lecture has now gone live! 27th February, Main Studio, James Weir Building.

The poster for the Joan Callis lecture has now gone live! 27th February, Main Studio, James Weir Building.

Parlas/Labhair: A discussion session with Joan Callis

The school is proud to welcome back architect Joan Callis of EMBT, this time accompanied by our very own Ruairidh Moir!
Starting at 2pm in the main studio of the James Weir building on the 27th of February, Joan will be open interviewed by Ruairidh in more of a discussion format, prompted by excerpts of film, texts, drawings and personal narratives. 
The aim is to explore the untold stories of our nations parliament unlocking some of the personal accounts and people intrinsically linked to its conception and realisation.
Joan Callis hon. FRIAS  (Miralles Tagliabue EMBT)
Joan Callis is a Catalan Architect who has practised worldwide. As Project Director at Miralles Tagliabue EMBT in Barcelona, he is responsible for projects such as a church in Ferrara, Italy, a University Campus in Fudan, China, and a proposed Maggie’s centre in his home city.  
Joan was The Scottish Parliament buildings project director and instrumental in its creation.  This project went on to win awards including the Andrew Doolan award and the Stirling Prize.  Joan is also an honorary Fellow of the R.I.A.S. and an honorary life member of Architecture @ 131 society. 
Ruairidh C. Moir (BARD)
Ruairidh is a recent graduate of the Strathclyde School of Architecture, and has previously worked at Miralles Tagliabue EMBT and the Fundacio Enric Miralles in Barcelona.  He has commentated on architecture and politics in various media outlets, currently serves on RIAS council and is a co-founder of the Architecture @ 131 Society.  

Parlas/Labhair: A discussion session with Joan Callis

The school is proud to welcome back architect Joan Callis of EMBT, this time accompanied by our very own Ruairidh Moir!
Starting at 2pm in the main studio of the James Weir building on the 27th of February, Joan will be open interviewed by Ruairidh in more of a discussion format, prompted by excerpts of film, texts, drawings and personal narratives. 
The aim is to explore the untold stories of our nations parliament unlocking some of the personal accounts and people intrinsically linked to its conception and realisation.
Joan Callis hon. FRIAS  (Miralles Tagliabue EMBT)
Joan Callis is a Catalan Architect who has practised worldwide. As Project Director at Miralles Tagliabue EMBT in Barcelona, he is responsible for projects such as a church in Ferrara, Italy, a University Campus in Fudan, China, and a proposed Maggie’s centre in his home city.  
Joan was The Scottish Parliament buildings project director and instrumental in its creation.  This project went on to win awards including the Andrew Doolan award and the Stirling Prize.  Joan is also an honorary Fellow of the R.I.A.S. and an honorary life member of Architecture @ 131 society. 
Ruairidh C. Moir (BARD)
Ruairidh is a recent graduate of the Strathclyde School of Architecture, and has previously worked at Miralles Tagliabue EMBT and the Fundacio Enric Miralles in Barcelona.  He has commentated on architecture and politics in various media outlets, currently serves on RIAS council and is a co-founder of the Architecture @ 131 Society.  
First lecture of semester 2 for A@131, we are delighted to welcome Andrew Cameron from WSP to get us back into the series. As always, 5pm start in Studio 2. We look forward to seeing you!

First lecture of semester 2 for A@131, we are delighted to welcome Andrew Cameron from WSP to get us back into the series. As always, 5pm start in Studio 2. We look forward to seeing you!

We have an RIAS/RIBA accredited CPD course beginning on the 30th of January in studio 2 of the James Weir building at 4pm. 
The focus of the series is Architecture, Culture and Technology and has been expertly organised by our very own Jonathan Charley. For our first  we have Murray Grigor, Iain Borden and Chris Leslie speaking, it should be a very compelling evening so we look forward to seeing you all there.

We have an RIAS/RIBA accredited CPD course beginning on the 30th of January in studio 2 of the James Weir building at 4pm. 

The focus of the series is Architecture, Culture and Technology and has been expertly organised by our very own Jonathan Charley. For our first  we have Murray Grigor, Iain Borden and Chris Leslie speaking, it should be a very compelling evening so we look forward to seeing you all there.

Photos from our guest lecture by Michael Hall of FaulknerBrowns! 

Photographs by Scott Simpson.

This Thursday we’re delighted to have Michael Hall from FaulknerBrowns coming for our next guest lecture! FaulknerBrowns have a vast and diverse range of work including the Lee Valley white water course used in the 2012 olympic games.
Studio 2 at 5pm, we look forward to seeing you all!

This Thursday we’re delighted to have Michael Hall from FaulknerBrowns coming for our next guest lecture! FaulknerBrowns have a vast and diverse range of work including the Lee Valley white water course used in the 2012 olympic games.

Studio 2 at 5pm, we look forward to seeing you all!

Photos from our second guest lecture by Richard Murphy OBE!

Photographs taken by Scott Simpson and Andrew Frame.

Photos from our first guest lecture by Andy Campbell of Dress for the Weather!

Photographs taken by Scott Simpson.

Andy Campbell got the lecture series off to a flying start and here’s the poster for our next guest, Mr Richard Murphy OBE.
Come one, come all to the Department of Architecture in the James Weir building at 5pm to see what undoubtedly will be an excellent lecture. £2 or free if you’ve already paid for the semester. Respond to arch-webspace@strath.ac.uk to confirm your attendance. 
We here at StrathArch and A@131 are looking forward to seeing you all!

Andy Campbell got the lecture series off to a flying start and here’s the poster for our next guest, Mr Richard Murphy OBE.

Come one, come all to the Department of Architecture in the James Weir building at 5pm to see what undoubtedly will be an excellent lecture. £2 or free if you’ve already paid for the semester. Respond to arch-webspace@strath.ac.uk to confirm your attendance. 

We here at StrathArch and A@131 are looking forward to seeing you all!