Museum of Architecture is a pop-up and online museum where everyone can come to learn about architecture
- Founder and Director Melissa Woolford
MoA FAMILY PROGRAMME
The School for Creative Thinkers
is an MoA family programme aiming to inspire the next generation of architects, engineers and designers.
SfCT proudly launched the very popular Nature's Architects workshops in a box delivered to your door! A new theme in a box each month with magazines and materials for unique projects and activities, plus live classes, online video and an online members club.
You can find out more about it on the website.
Also, check out the #Alphabet of Buildings Series on instagram and on the website. Every new letter is introduced with the corresponding building, fun facts, plus free downloadable activity worksheets.
The SfCT classes and activities are developed with a team of teachers, architects and designers for children ages 4 - 12 years old. The carefully designed hands-on projects teach children problem solving, design skills, and innovation thinking.
Free Online Advent Calendar
For December 2020, the GingerbreadCity website has been turned into a Free Gingerbread Advent Calendar filled with downloadable activities for kids and adults, behind the scenes, recipes and more.
Visit our website to join and access for free!
Be sure to visit The GingerbreadCity instagram account for a festive look back of all the years of the Gingerbread City exhibitions.
We hope to see you in person, surrounded by the scent of gingerbread and sweets in 2021!
Resources for Setting up New Practice
Wondering whether to start your own practice? We have compiled information and resources that you may find useful.
photo © jeff sheldon. unsplash
How to Start a Practice
Recent webinar on with Simon Foxell
As the UK considers how to emerge from the CV19 lockdown, many furloughed architects and others are thinking about setting up their own practices and building an independent route to economic recovery.
Simon Foxell, author of the RIBA’s bestselling Starting a Practice: A Plan of Work, discussed how to go about this and how to prepare for a future working for yourself.
Visit our Setting up a New Practice page for other helpful resources.
Past Events and Workshops
MoA's The Gingerbread City ®
is an annual pop-up public exhibition showcasing an entire city made of gingerbread. Its aim is to connect the public with architecture in an exciting way, and spark important conversations around cities and how we live in them.
Visit our Instagram page for images from the four years of The Gingerbread City ®
"The popularity of Gingerbread City has enabled us to set up a grant-giving fund this year. This new fund will allow MoA to support new projects which help people to create betters places and communities, and enable the public to better engage with architecture.”
- Melissa Woolford, founder and director of Museum of Architecture
MoA Alternative Careers in Architecture
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.
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 ANNUAL CONFERENCE
UNKNOWN: Strategies And Solutions In Shaping the Built Environment
The Glass Notebooks © Kate Davies
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?