KSA Summer Show 16 opened on Friday 17th June 2016 with special guest Sir Terry Farrell. There were hundreds in attendance to celebrate what has been yet another great year at Kent School of Architecture. As with every year, the degree show is organised by a core team of students; this year the show was led by 5th Year MArch student James Bussey and KASA president, 4th year MArch student Charles Hope who also put together this year’s degree catalogue. To buy this year’s catalogue, click here.
KSA Summer Show 16 will remain open to the public from Monday 20th June – Friday 24th June 2016 from 10AM – 4PM daily.
The next Open Lecture to be hosted by the Centre for Research in European Architecture (CREAte) will be presented by Sir Terry Farrell on the 4 March 2013, 6pm in Marlowe Lecture Theatre 1.
Sir Terry Farrell is Britain’s most distinguished, and distinctive, post-Modern architect. Formerly the partner of Nicholas Grimshaw, he founded Terry Farrell & Partners in 1980 and went on to design some of the most memorable buildings of the era, including the TV-AM building in Camden Lock, The MI6 Building in Vauxhall, and the prominent office building above Charing Cross Station. He has been a major masterplanner for many city centres, including Newcastle Birmingham and Edinburgh, and in 2008 he was appointed Design and Planning Leader for the Thames Gateway, the subject of his talk this evening.