Busy week ahead for KASA (Kent Architecture Student Association)

This week will be a busy week for our student association KASA as they are hosting three events, all of which are listed below:

Tuesday 8th March (17:30) Kasa Open Lecture – Stephen Proctor

Stephen Proctor of Proctor and Matthews will be presenting a lecture at 18:00 with drinks from 17:30:

‘Stephen Proctor and Andrew Matthews established their London based studio in 1988. With projects in the UK and abroad Proctor and Matthews is recognised as one of the country’s leading architecture and urban design practices. 

An extensive portfolio of completed work demonstrates a focused commitment to imaginative and appropriate designs tailored to the specifics of each commission. This combines a regard for historical contexts and cultural identities with the need to create socially and environmentally responsive architecture. 

The studio continues to explore these themes through current projects with a particular focus on the concept of ‘narrative’ in place making. Current work includes the design of new residential neighbourhoods on the expanding fringes of Cambridge and Canterbury and most recently collaboration with the Dutch based practice, Mecanoo, on the design of a new neighbourhood focus to Thamesmead.’

Wednesday 9th March (11:00-12:00) Revit Tutorial

Learn how to create high quality visualisations directly from Revit.

KASA is delighted to announce Revit Class, taught by Serwan Saleme. Serwan has received a high level of interest in using Revit for producing renders; his tutorial may help you to produce time effective visuals to accompany your physical models and drawings in presentations. This tutorial will be particularly useful for 3rd year intercrits this Friday and all school members are welcome – first come first serve:

£2 For KASA Members
£5 For Non-Kasa Members

Monday 14th March: (16:00-18:00) The Architect’s Football Tournament 2016

£5 Entry, 5-a-side, 5 Teams

Team up with your coursemates, tutors, mentors, mentees, Create Staff, Kevin, Collin, or pretty much anyone in our school to pick your best 5 players (+ subs) to enter the architects’ tournament of the year! Bibs will be provided unless you are already colour-coordinated and there will be a FA Certified Referee controlling the games. Four teams will play at a time with the fifth team keeping warm, going over their tactics or simply finishing a round at the Pavillion bar. The session will end with a full-pitch friendly kick about to warm down.