MoA SPECIAL EVENT
Colour in the Built Environment - Free Event
20 November 2019
Venue: The Build Centre
Lecturer: Tyen Masten, PHASE3
Kingspan Facade, Axalta, Shakerley
Free Event, register below
‘Every perception of colour is an illusion, we do not see colours as they really are. In our perception they alter one another. ’ – Josef Albers
Would you like to have better knowledge of colour when specifying for your projects?
Join us at the MoA’s Special Workshop on Colour in the Built Environment at The Building Centre.
In this Special Workshop on Colour, Tyen Masten will be discussing the basics of colour theory and how his practice, PHASE3, integrates colour into their schemes and design process.
Additionally in this workshop, you will develop a series of colour studies that will allow you to better understand Hue, Value and Chroma and the construction of colour pallets. This workshop aims to build up your knowledge and confidence in selecting and using colour for your projects.
Recent MoA Special Event
MoA Alternative Careers in Architecture
17 October 2019
Speakers: Holly Lewis, We Made That
Matt Thornley, Gibson Thornley
Laura Sanjuan, SODA
Chris Hildrey, Hildrey Studio
MoA Alternative Careers in Architecture is a series of MoA talks that explores the vision, ideas and approaches that architects bring to other professional environments. For the latest iteration the MoA has brought together a broad spectrum of architects to talk about their respective forays into areas that go beyond traditional practice, featuring explorations into the power of data, communities, exhibitions, graphics and fashion.
MoA Academy programming is kindly hosted by
Build Studios, the first co-working space in the UK to focus on the whole built environment.
MoA iN MANCHESTER
MoA Gingerbread Skyscraper Workshops
part of Design Manchester
16 November 2019
10:30am - 12:00pm &
1:00pm - 2:30pm with Hawkins\Brown
Venue: Manchester School fo Art
The Museum of Architecture, the team behind The Gingerbread City, is bringing some gingerbread fun to Manchester this holiday season. Working with local practice Playground Design Studio and Manchester School of Architecture, they will be hosting three gingerbread skyline-building workshops as part of Design Manchester 2019.
Come and hear from local architecture practices about designing Manchester’s evolving high-rise skyline, then come up with your own gingerbread high-rise building using a ‘kit of gingerbread parts’. Each kit contains enough gingerbread pieces to create a completely unique structure.
The Associates Leadership Series
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This is a membership training programme by the Museum of Architecture, designed specifically for the essential role of the Associate-level architects.
The programme provides leadership and business skills training for the Associates and is also a platform to share experiences and insights.
MOA ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Unknown: Strategies And Solutions In Shaping the Built Environment
The Glass Notebooks © Kate Davies
7 JUNE 2019
Aga Khan Centre / King's Cross
This year’s theme unpacked the notion of crossing into the unknown in design, architecture, art and science, discussing the boundaries and cultural borders created and traversed through drawing and communication, memory and imagination and collaboration.
This was the third edition of the annual conference led by women in architecture. This event was co-curated by Melodie Leung, Senior Associate at Zaha Hadid Architects and the Museum of Architecture. Sponsored by Finsa and as part of the London Festival of Architecture.
Want to hear about our upcoming programmes, workshops and events?
The Gingerbread City 2019
& Gingerbread House Making Workshops
7 December 2019 - 5 January 2020
Somerset House, Strand, London WC2R 1LA
The Museum of Architecture's Gingerbread City is an annual public exhibition showcasing an entire city made of gingerbread, designed, baked, and built by architects, designers and engineers collaboratively. This year's city will be hosted at the Somerset House, London and the theme is "Transport".
MoA's festive family workshops will take place every day during the exhibition. The workshop has been designed around the exhibition theme of transport and is suitable for the whole family or corporate events.
MoA's School for Creative Thinkers
Set up by Museum of Architecture, the School for Creative Thinkers is a new family programme aimed at inspiring the next generation of architects, engineers and designers. Run by a team of teachers, architects and designers, these classes teach the next generation on problem solving, design skills, and innovation.
SfCT provides unique design and build classes, holiday camp and workshops for children aged 4-11 years. Each session is inspired by nature and with hand-on projects for developing children's designing, building and problem-solving skills.
EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
Wooden Parliament by Finsa for LFA June 2019
3 - 30 June 2019
Coal Drops Yard, London
Designed by AMID.cero9
Sponsored by Finsa
Supported by Coal Drops Yard
In partnership with the London Festival of Architecture