The Brick Works series of events is a series of relaxed, highly informative evenings, which offer practitioners an opportunity to explore examples of contemporary brick architecture, to network with peers and, to add clay brick to your calendar of continuing professional development (CPD). A relaxed atmosphere is usually complemented by canapes and sparkling wine with plenty of time in which to discuss the projects with the presenters and other attendees.
The series comprises evenings in London and other major regions across the UK. Here you can view details of forthcoming events and book tickets online. If you are interested in hosting a future Brick Works event or, presenting at one, please contact Matilde by email firstname.lastname@example.org
23 May 2019Tickets & Info
The third London event in our Brick Works 2019 series will take place on Thursday 23rd May 2019 in Fitzrovia, showcasing through case studies some exemplary brick projects, including: Buckingham Green by Fletcher Priest Architects Silchester Housing by Haworth Tompkins New Music School by Hopkins Architects
19 October 2019More Info
This year we will extend our regional presence with our first Brick Works evening in Cambridge, building on the success of our earlier regional events in Birmingham and Manchester. Hosted by the University of Cambridge, we will hear from leading authorities on the history of clay brick, before exploring contemporary examples of the material’s use in today’s built-environment.
19 April 2018More Info
The Brick Works series was delighted to be hosted by Hawkins\Brown in Spring 2018 and, feedback was so positive from delegates that we decided to put together a brief video, which highlights what our attendees take away from the evening. With our thanks to speakers: Phil Catcheside, Hawkins\Brown Andy Puncher and Gavin Henneberry, pH+ Amin Taha, Groupwork + Amin Taha