University of Westminster
Hogg Lecture Theatre
35 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LS
Friday 25 November 2016
18:30 – 20:30
Deborah Saunt’s PhD, completed as part of the RMIT Practice Research programme, revealed a life-long determination to encourage access to architecture, as well as an overarching search for new forms of beauty, grounded in a tradition of creating socially-minded architecture.
DSDHA's structured yet dynamic process, based on workshops and using grounded research as a driver, allows the practice to “insert itself” into each project to actively design within the given constraints, whilst also going beyond the brief for the purpose of maximising impact for all.
Deborah's lecture will demonstrate how this attitude manifests itself across all of her work, both within academia and in her studio.
Architecture Must Never Stand Still: ADAPT-r Keynote Lecture by Deborah SauntShare: