Alison Brooks Lecture

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Lectures Cambridge, MA, USA September 17, 2018

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Alison Brooks, principal and creative director of Alison Brooks Architects – and one of the leading architects of her generation – delivers a lecture at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design.

The Canadian-born Brooks has developed an international reputation for a multi-award winning body of work since founding the practice in 1996. Her architectural approach emerges from broad cultural research, with each project expressing a specific response to place, community and landscape. This has produced a portfolio of projects of distinct identity encompassing urban design, housing, education and buildings for the arts. Her work has attracted international acclaim for its conceptual rigour, sculptural quality and ingenious detailing, exemplified by the spectacular new Cohen Quadrangle for Exeter College, Oxford.

Brooks has become a public voice for the profession advocating the role of housing as civic building, the resurgence of building craft and the use of timber in architecture. In 2017, she was appointed as a Royal Designer for Industry by the RSA and selected as Mayors Design Advocate for London. She was honoured with the 2017 AJ 100 Contribution to the Profession Award giving the keynote speech to the UK’s 100 largest practices.

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