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To access the online event page, go here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/x/lsa-cpd-parti-founding-a-research-based-practice-tickets-179862632977 Starting from scratch — practice experimentation for finding and self-initiating projects
The London School of Architecture Collective Peer Development programme is for all those concerned with the built environment and the future of cities.
Since starting in 2015, immediately after its co-founders graduated from the RCA, Parti has experimented with different ways of practising — from working with traditional clients, to starting its own projects. In this talk, Eleanor Hill, a co-founder, uses a selection of Parti’s work to understand some of the consequences of these different approaches.
Duration: 1 hour (30min presentation, 30min open discussion)
Platform: Zoom (details to sent to registered participants prior to talk)
Eleanor Hill, Co-Founder, Parti
Eleanor is the Founding Director of Parti, she has particular interests in craft and digital ‘making’, and relationships between architecture and landscape. Alongside Parti, Eleanor is an ambassador for the London School of Architecture, and an external critic at a number of architectural schools, including the Royal College of Art and Architectural Association. Prior to founding Parti, Eleanor worked at Haworth Tompkins Architects on the National Theatre renovation and Liverpool Everyman, and at David Chipperfield Architects on a number of high-profile projects.