The Architecture of Hope
The Maggie’s brief to a newly appointed architect is perhaps the most challenging there can be; the creation of a place which can inspire hope for those who have received a potentially life-changing diagnosis. The 22 centres that the organisation have now completed since Maggie Keswick Jencks first envisioned such a place, are widely recognised as important contributors to architecture. Chris will discuss briefing, management of the creative process through design and into construction, collaboration with specialists and who owns the delivery process.
Architecture, Behaviour, Business

The RIBA, Florence Hall, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD