Watch again: The story of the John Henry Brookes Building: part of RIBA’s Great British Buildings series
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Who this event is for
JHB Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus
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In 2014, the John Henry Brookes Building was considered by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to be one of the top buildings to make a great contribution to the evolution of architecture over the past year.
As the architects who delivered Brookes’ new, award-winning building, Design Engine Architects made the design journey from concept to realisation. Richard’s lecture, in conjunction with an exhibition in the Glass Tank exhibition space, explores the design process involved in delivering major architectural projects.
The John Henry Brookes Building, and Design Engine, also won a RIBA national award as well as three regional awards in the RIBA South section.
Come early and view the exhibition.
- Registration and exhibition: from 5.30pm
- Talk: 6.15pm
- Q&A: 7pm
- Tour: 7.15pm
- Close: 8pm
About the speaker
RICHARD JOBSON, CO-FOUNDER OF DESIGN ENGINE ARCHITECTS
Richard has a particular interest in the symbiotic relationship between architecture and sculpture. His approach has been used in a series of award-winning buildings, including the new British Embassy in Yemen, the University Centre for the University of Winchester and the John Henry Brookes Building. He recently completed a sculpture commissioned by the University of Winchester.