Session 1: 1 March 2018
Session 2: 8 March 2018
Venue: Build Studios, 203 Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7FP London
Price: £125 + VAT, concessions £75 + VAT
Lecturer: Juliette Mitchel, Architypal
Writing about your projects is one of the best ways to win clients, attract attention and build your reputation. But different platforms need different approaches, so understanding your audience and striking the right tone is fundamental to growing your practice.
Over the course of two sessions, we’ll cover different ways of bringing your projects to life and getting them noticed. We’ll look at how to attract potential clients, engage journalists and make an impact on social media.
This hands-on, two-session workshop will give you a fresh approach to writing about what you do, equip you with strategies for when you’re back at your desk, and show you how to make the most of all your projects.
About the lecturer:
Juliette Mitchell worked for many years as an editor at Penguin Books. She now runs architypal.co.uk, helping architects write about what they do.
MoA is pleased to announce the launch of The Directors' Club, a new programme that offers the 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 will create an informal social environment (held in a different practice each time), where directors can gain valuable insights from business experts and peers.
The membership also includes access to MoA Academy sessions and public programming that is open to all team members.
Date: 29 January 2018
Venue: Future Cities Catapult, 1 Sekforde Street, EC1R 0BE London
Price: £15, concessions £12
Speakers: Roger Zogolovitch, Chairman and Creative Director, Solidspace
Russ Edwards, Design and Technical Director,
Sometimes the most innovative and interesting projects emerge from times of crisis. It could be argued that the current political, economic and social climate is precisely shaping to be such time, leading architects to reconsider the way they work. How can the current political and economic uncertainty be translated into an opportunity for positive change? Can architects propose new ways of working that positively disrupt current economic frameworks and offer insights into possibilities for future development? This talk will propose new ways of changing the industry by looking at the global framework of innovation, beyond the profession itself.
Each year, MoA develops a series of public programmes that aim to examine a particular topic or issue relevant to the built environment industry. For the upcoming events season, MoA will feature two thematic programmes - one in Spring 2018 focusing on augmented humanity, and one in Autumn 2018 focusing on cross-industry innovation.
All thematic programming is hosted by Future Cities Catapult at the Urban Innovation Centre.
6 - 22 December 2017
27 Thurloe Street, Sough Kensington, London
The Museum of Architecture is pleased to announce the second edition of its successful Gingerbread City project, a fundraising exhibition that invites architects, urban planners and landscape designers to design a city made entirely of gingerbread. Building on the success of last year’s exhibition, MoA is inviting emerging as well as established architecture practices to respond to the call for entries and design a city based on a masterplan developed by Tibbalds Planning and Urban Design. MoA will give three prizes for the best designs, selected by two expert committees as well as the popular vote.
MoA is recruiting a part time communications and marketing volunteer. You will learn about the day to day running of MoA as well as be able to attend all of our events and programming for free.
If you are interested, please email email@example.com