RSA Architecture Forum – What is the new Scottish Vernacular?

RSA Architecture Forum – What is the new Scottish Vernacular?

RSA Architecture Forum    

We have a wealth of talented architects in Scotland who publish and speak about their projects. However, how often do you get the chance to hear them talking about architectural design in Scotland?  What is the new Scottish vernacular? How will this period of rich work be remembered and reviewed in the future? What is it that makes our architecture uniquely Scottish?

The Architecture Forum is the first time that these questions will be discussed by four of the leading Royal Scottish Academy Architect Academicians.  It will be an opportunity to see who and what has influenced their work, and join in the wider conversation about what Scottish Architecture should be celebrating and evolving as a profession in relation to design.

So do join the Royal Scottish Academy at the Gordon Aikman Lecture Theatre, University of Edinburgh, to start this conversation.

Panel Members: Mary Arnold Forster, Henry McKeown, Richard Murphy & Charles Sutherland.

Tuesday 8 May   Doors open: 6.15pm Event: 6.30pm

David Hume Lecture Theatre A, George Square, University of Edinburgh

Tickets £10/RSA Friends £8 available from Eventbrite or by phone 0131 225 3922