Saturday 24 September



Architecture as collaboration, craft and placemaking

How do architects go about designing public places and buildings where people want to spend time – and which make them feel good about life? Amanda Levete discusses the importance of collaboration, the abiding role of craftsmanship and the value of placemaking; putting the well-being of the communities that public spaces serve at the heart of the process.

The founder of the award-winning architecture and design studio AL_A, she talks about the necessity of these factors in her projects, which range from the V&A in London, the museum’s largest building project in over a century which opens next year, to the new Museum of Art, Architecture & Technology in Lisbon which opens later this year and the MPavilion 2015 in Melbourne.

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Eat at Art Out Loud

Make a day of it and enjoy lunch or afternoon tea on the South Lawn.

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