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Architecure wellbeing event

The Architecture of Wellbeing Symposium Event

The symposium will discuss how can the architecture community evolve to provide better health and wellbeing.


About this event
The Architecture of Wellbeing

The Symposium, chaired by Ellis Williams Architect, Andrew Jarman, will provide an opportunity for an open discussion of the current working conditions for students, academics and practitioners in architecture. How can the architecture community evolve to provide better health and wellbeing.

You will hear from education and practice leaders and ABS Ambassadors about systems put in place to support the wellbeing of students and staff.

  • Chair, Andrew Jarman, Architect, Ellis Williams Architects and ABS Ambassador
  • Alex Dusterloh, Deputy Head, School of Architecture at Liverpool University
  • Sarah Harrison, Director, Harrison Stringfellow Architects
  • Melissa Kirkpatrick, Architect, EPR Architects and ABS Ambassador
  • Lisa Raynes, Founder, Pride Road Architects
  • Ian Wroot, Head of Architecture at Liverpool John Moores University

Ground Floor Lecture Room 1 (behind reception)
The John Lennon Art and Design Building
2 Duckinfield Street
L3 5RD

Thursday 13th October, 6-7:30pm, for a 6:15pm start.

Click here to book your free ticket


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