This week EUSAS welcomes Siobhan O’Boyle from Hawkins Brown.
Hawkins\Brown is an internationally-renowned, modern British architectural practice with an award-winning approach to design. Their expertise covers a range of building types and mixed-use schemes, across new developments and regeneration programmes.
Hawkins\Brown are now home to over 290 architects, interior designers, urban designers and researchers, bringing a fresh and collaborative approach to each new design challenge, creating places with personality and purpose that are well-made, well-used and well-loved.
Hawkins\Brown are a progressive, award-winning studio, and one of the UK’s leading design-based architectural practices with studios in London, Manchester and now Los Angeles.
Siobhan O’Boyle, alumni of ESALA is an Architect at Hawkins\Brown on Crossrail, one of the largest and most complex infrastructure projects of its kind currently being undertaken in Europe. She will be discussing the design and delivery of Tottenham Court Road Station, including the complex process of collaboration between engineers, the fine arts and the supply chain to deliver a world-class station, capable of carrying over 400,000 passengers
Speaker: Siobhan O’Boyle
6:30 - 7:30 (doors open at 6:15)
Adam House Lecture Theatre
Free to all EUSAS members
£5 For non-members £6 For non-students
Membership available at the door (cash only)
Or online at http://www.eusas.co.uk/
Image: Tottenham Court Road Station, London