Setting Up Your Practice + Tips to Grow Your Practice: Business Law for Architects
Date: 25 September 2019
Venue: Build Studios, SE1 7FP London
Ticket: £75 + VAT
Lecturer: Stone King LLP
Setting Up Your Practice +
Tips to Grow Your Architectural Practice
Architectural practices are often established by two or more professionals who share a common vision for what they want to achieve and how they want to achieve it. But one of the first issues facing those that wish to start or grow a new business is how to fund it and how to structure the equity fairly in order to best reflect the financial and non-financial contributions to be made by each partner.
Branding Essentials: Defining the Mission and Vision for Your Practice
Date: 2 October 2019
Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm
Venue: Build Studios, 203 Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7FR
Price: £75 + VAT
Lecturer: Xylia Buros, Charrette Venture Group
A strong brand story for your architectural practice is critical for standing out in a crowded industry. How do you ensure that your brand is unique and compelling, and doesn’t get lumped in with your competitors? It starts with these seemingly simple but essential tools: the mission and vision statements.
Financial Management for Your Practice and Projects
Date: 9 October 2019
Venue: Build Studios, 203 Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7FP London
Ticket: £75 + VAT
Lecturer: Maree Maxfield, Maxama
Software is now widely used to manage financial information for architectural practices of all sizes, such as invoicing and payments.
But do you know what key reports and measures are essential for achieving your financial goals for your practice?
In this workshop, learn how to easily create a budget in Xero and monitor your overall company performance on a monthly basis. Examine how to produce Project Profitability Reports, and understand some of the recommended Key Performance Indicators used for monitoring your business.
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 Alternative Careers in Architecture
Date: 17 October 2019
Time: 6.30 - 8.30pm
Venue: Benk & Bo, Spitalfields London E1
Ticket: £15 includes one drink
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 Museum of Architecture 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.
Associates' Club 2019
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".
The aim of the exhibition is to connect the public with architecture through an innovative display designed for the holiday season.
Accompanying the exhibition is MoA's festive family workshops, taking 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.
Nature's Architects - New Autumn Term
This course introduces biomimicry and how architecture draws from lessons in nature and is inspired by animal builders.
Each class will introduce and explore an animal theme such as nest weaving from birds, building cellular structures like the bees, cave dwellings bears and more! Your child will learn about the incredible building abilities of these animals and the architecture they inspired through storytelling and looking at architectural images.
Children will be building structures of their own design and imagination, based on what they learned in the lessons. Take home an original creation every week.
about the 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.
RECENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
Wooden Parliament by Finsa for LFA 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