For the next evening in their series, Building Brum presents Trading Places: Inventing and innovating towards a future Birmingham
architecture, hosted by Glancy Nicholls Architects.
- Richard Cowell, (MRTPI). Planning and Regeneration
Department, Birmingham City Council. Assistant Director Development.
- Andrew Fuller (MA, BSc, Dip TP, IHBC, MRTPI I) Principal
Conservation Officer I Planning and Regeneration I City Design and Conservation
Birmingham: The city of a 1000 trades is evolving. Once
the beating heart of the industrial revolution, the city now stands upon the
cusp of a new revolution. Major financial institutions are relocating to the
city, the digital media sector looks to establish a home and like never before,
there is huge aspiration to live, work and play in the workshop of the world.
The result of this is a demand for a Brum architecture that not only fiercely
celebrates our industrial heritage, but also looks to follow form as inventors
As architects in the Jewellery Quarter and housed in a
former electroplating works, Glancy Nicholls Architects are hosting an evening
of discussion on the design of new architecture within historically significant
contexts, and how new life can be brought into old structures and existing
buildings for repurposing and regeneration.
Trading Places will feature talks from some very special
guest speakers from Birmingham City Council as well as delicious street food
served by Big Daddies Diner and The Hungry Toad, with drinks also provided by
the Two Towers Brewery.
Brum is a cross institute built environment networking series for
members of RIBA, RICS, ICE, RTPI, BIID, SBID, Landscape Institute and
BIID Members are invited to register for free to attend this event
NOTE: All tickets will be verified by the Project Partner Membership
Organisations, the Building Brum Series will not be able to admit entry
to sales representatives, product specifiers or recruiters.