San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
RIBA Annual Lecture 2016: Louisa Hutton RA, BA (Hons), AA Dipl., RIBA
Louisa Hutton is a founding partner and director of Sauerbruch Hutton, Berlin. Louisa undertook her Part 1 at Bristol University, her Part II at the Architectural Association, and completed her academic education with the RIBA Part III. Sauerbruch Hutton is an international agency for architecture, urbanism and design, founded in 1989. Louisa will talk about the functional, sensual and conscientious architecture of the practice including the Brandhorst Museum in Munich and the Federal Environmental Agency in Dessau.
Louisa was a visiting Design Critic at Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and has received several awards including the 2013 Gottfried Semper Architekturpreis. Further to her work as a practicing architect, she gives lectures, participates in juries and contributes to conferences around the globe.
The RIBA Annual Lecture is a new initiative to bring together students and architects for an evening, and to launch the benefits of RIBA Student membership to the future of the profession.
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