For the first ever Birmingham Design Festival in 2018, we were invited to host an evening of discussions with key local pioneers, around the theme of ‘Renew/Rebuild’ in the city.Read more +
The event took place at St. Pauls Church, in the Jewellery Quarter, which was in the ‘products’ district of the festival. The invited speakers on the night were:
Stuart Holt (Javelin Block)
Glenn Howells (Glenn Howells Architects)
Immy Kaur (Impact Hub Birmingham)
Cheryl Jones (Grand Union)
Anna Parker (Intervention Architecture)
Kim Quazi (Arup)
Topics discussed by the panel and audience included the following themes:
i) Setting the current scene of Birmingham’s work environments
ii) Future planning – pioneering projects for Birmingham
iii) The desirability of ‘new/rebuild’ Birmingham
Thank you to the 150 people who attended the event, the speakers, the venue St Paul’s Church, and also to allgood for their sponsoring of the night.
Intervention Architecture also hosted an afternoon of open public consultations called ‘Ask the Architect’, where members of the public could openly ask advice about the process of engaging with an architect and realising a project ambition to completion.
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