An exhibition which combines Suffolk architecture and student projects for the first time has launched at the University of Suffolk.
The local chapter of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA Suffolk) is presenting the Suffolk Autumn Exhibition in the University’s Waterfront Building in Ipswich.
As well as examples of distinguished Suffolk architecture projects, the exhibition will showcase work from the Part 1 RIBA Candidate Architecture course.
Associate Professor in Architecture at the University and the elected Chair of Education for RIBA East Region, Dr Liana Psarologaki, said: “This exhibition brings together commendable architecture practice from Suffolk and awarded student projects for the first time.
“The department of Architecture and RIBA Suffolk work in partnership and are a role model for bringing the industry and academia together.”
Guest speaker at the launch event will be James Sloane from architecture and design studio, Project Orange who will speak on the Climate Emergency.
He said: “The Climate Emergency has shown us it is vital the profession and academy work together to transform the practice of architecture to become regenerative and carbon positive.
“We all have so much to learn from one another. The work on display here of the students and local practices offer vision, hope and guidance for the future.”
The exhibition will run from 16 until 26 November.
For more information about studying Architecture at the University of Suffolk visit www.uos.ac.uk/architecture or register for the University’s Open Event on Thursday 9 December https://www.uos.ac.uk/openevents
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