Irena Bauman was interviewed for the “Yorkshire Vision Magazine” on June 2016. The article starts with the headline: NOT SO GRIM UP NORTH. “Architect Irena Bauman tells John Grainger how Leeds. which once epitomised the decay of post-industrial cities, has completely transformed itself”.
To read the whole article: Seven Incredible buildings Designed by Leeds’ Architects
Click to see the project: Bransley Digital Media Centre
Click to see the project: Leeds Train Station Entrance
Great Construction time-laps video
We are not the only ones to discover that four-day weeks have many benefits. Interesting report that strengthens our initiative here
Irena will be speaking at Beyond Participation on the 16th of June.
The event will examine how architectural practice has moved beyond the traditional boundaries of ‘user participation’.
The event is already receiving a high level of interest and excitement!
The relevant details of the conference, film screenings and conversations at the following link – http://eepurl.com/b1HKkH
We spent a fascinating day at BIS in April with many of the players involved in developing UK capacity for offsite construction and here is the final report from Cambridge University with the findings from the Construction Leadership Council Innovation Workstream (Buildings) Roadmap for Modern Methods of Construction
Irena spoke with Rowland Manthorpe
Associate Editor, WIRED on the new models of capitalist co-housing developments that exploit the rising loneliness among the young for the Wired magazine:
Bauman Lyons are working with Citu Developments and Leeds Becket University on developing high performance timber frame system for manufacture in Citu factory due to be commissioned in autumn this year. This research and development project is supported by Innovate UK.
For more info, visit the YEP online at: www.yorkshireevening.co.uk
The consultation events will be held as follows:
Bolsover: The Assembly Rooms, Hilltop, Bolsover, S44 6NG. 13 April from 12pm – 7pm
South Normanton: The Post Mill Centre, South Normanton, DE55 2EJ. 14 April from 12pm – 7pm
Clowne: The Schoolroom, Clowne Methodist Church, North Road, Clowne, S43 4PF. 20 April from 12pm – 7pm
Shirebrook: The Christian Centre, 18-26 Main Street, Shirebrook, NG20 8DG. 21 April from 12pm – 7pm
Study trip to New York with the Silk Mill (http://www.derbymuseums.org/
In between had time to put on pop-up dinner in a protected urban commons space in the Old Seaport area making the most of the American fabulous salad bars.
We are looking forward to our study trip to New York this week with the Derby Silk Mill Museum of Making to see the Brooklyn Museum Visible Storage study centre https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/luce and the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum http://www.cooperhewitt.org/ hoping to find inspiration to co-design and co-make the next phase of the Silk Mill.
Silk mill phase one co- designed meeting room