Session one: 15 November 2018
Session two: 22 November 2018
Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm
Venue: Build Studios, 203 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7FR
Price: £125 + VAT, concessions £75 + VAT
Lecturer: Del Hossain, Managing Director, Adrem London
What is good leadership?
Is doing interesting projects the most important thing to a team?
Does the practice have a happy environment?
Does producing good architecture make you a good role model?
In this workshop Del Hossain unpicks what it really means to run a good studio, both in terms of organisational behaviour and authentic leadership.
Session 1: 17 January 2019
Session 2: 22 January 2019
Venue: Build Studios, Waterloo
Price: £125 + VAT, concessions £75 + VAT
Lecturer: Kate Marks, EvolutionHR
This two-session course will give you an overview of key HR principles and best practice examples to help you grow your practice and nurture talent. The first session will give an introduction to HR with a specific focus on the architecture industry, highlighting why HR is important, how to implement it in your practice and what are the key legal concepts behind it. The second session will analyse all the stages of employee lifecycle, from recruitment to retention, recognition and release. This course will help you to successfully incorporate HR in your practice and learn how to build better teams to grow your business.
This talk is kindly hosted by Build Studios.
MoA Academy programming is kindly hosted by Build Studios, the first co-working space in the UK to focus on the whole built environment.
Directors' Club 2019
The Directors' Club programme offers the rare opportunity for directors of small and medium-sized practices to share knowledge about how they run their businesses and tackle industry issues and opportunities.
Held 6 times a year, the Directors’ Club offers studio-visit discussions between directors led by an expert moderator. The sessions are in an informal and social environment, where the directors can gain valuable insights from business experts and peers.
The membership also includes access to 3 MoA Academy sessions of your choice.
Opening dates: 8 Dec 2018 - 6 Jan 2019
Venue: V&A, South Kensington, Cromwell Rd, London SW7 2RL
Creative Studio, Level 4, adjacent to Glass, Room 131
Ticket Price: £6, V&A Members and children under 12 go for free
Tickets will be released soon via vam.ac.uk
Museum of Architecture's Gingerbread House Making Workshops at the V&A
Sign up for our fun family workshops taking place on the 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 28, 30 December and 5, 6 January.
Where: The V&A Sackler Centre for arts education, Design Studio
When: Morning: 10:30am - 12:00pm
Mid-day: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Afternoon: 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Cost: £30 per child accompanying adult free.
Children must be accompanied by an adult. Max. 1 adult per child. For 5–17 year olds. The workshop ticket covers the cost of making 1 gingerbread house for 1 child and their accompanying adult. All materials to make the gingerbread house will be supplied. If you are buying tickets for multiple children in your family or group, each child is £30 and there needs to be at least 1 adult per two children present. Advance booking online via Eventbrite essential. Tickets cannot be purchased at the V&A. Click HERE to purchase tickets.
Social enterprise Public Practice is recruiting a new cohort of outstanding built environment practitioners for year-long placements within local government, alongside a programme of research and development. Applications are invited from a wide range of disciplines including planning, urban design, surveying, development, architecture, community engagement and regeneration. Associates will be placed in unique place-based and strategic roles within public organisations across London, the South East and East of England.
Find out more at www.publicpractice.org.uk, and apply by 26 November.
Build Studios is looking to recruit a Community Manager to help develop the brand and grow the community and events programme.
Build Studios is the first co-working space in the UK to focus on the whole built environment, with members across architecture, planning, development, interior and landscape design choosing to work from the site. The Community Manager will be responsible for members’ experience, growing the community and enabling connections and collaborations between members, partners and stakeholders.
More information can be found here.