We look forward to discussing disruptive approaches to centralised off site manufacture of timber construction with Wessex Community Assets and Assemble Studios.
Discussing how digital construction systems such as MassBespoke can enable local small scale fabrication of affordable homes.
Find out more at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/using-local-timber-in-affordable-housing-workshop-tickets-74272108877
Join us for an evening of explorative talks inviting new and old ways of thinking. Talks by Irena Bauman from Bauman Lyons, Richard James MacCowan from Biomimicry UK and James Newton from Yorspace are coming to talk about how we could redesign our economic, building and planning systems to create a more democratic, circular and innovative model for housing, cities, and our futures.
York Design Week is a weeklong celebration of design and creativity taking place from 23rd-30th October 2019. With over 20 events in several different locations, there’s something for everyone: check out yorkdesignweek.com for more information.
Bauman Lyons are pleased to be participating in the co-owned neighbourhoods session at York Design Week. We will be taking part in these discussions with Matt Murphy of MassBespoke.
For more information see: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/york-design-week-co-owned-neighbourhoods-on-york-central-tickets-70004251601?aff=ebapi
Great discussion last week on the potential for the construction industry to work in a collaborative environment enabled by emerging contracts such as Integrated Project Insurance (IPI) (from left to right: Irena Bauman, Katie Saunders, Kevin Thomas, Hannah Fox, Gareth McGill and and Russell Curtis.)
Current and important issues for Future Architectural Practice will be discussed at the RIBA Smart Practice Conference on 1st October 2019.
Together with the full Client and Contractor team we are happy to present early thoughts on the process of the collaborative IPI contract which we are testing at the Museum of Making – a £17m HLF, ACE and local authority funded cultural project in Derby.
Click on this link for the full conference programme.
We are discovering forgotten and magical areas of the Grade II Listed complex of Abbey Mills hoping to create a trailblazer project community led project. We look forward to working with Leeds City Council, Kirkstall Valley Development trust and the local communities.
We are looking forward to discussing the Social Value Tool Kit for Architecture, the Integrated Project Insurance (IPI) contract we are following on Derby Silk Mill and presenting updates from our Built InCommon fellowship at the Research Leads in Practice workshop on 6th September hosted by Ackroyd Lowrie Architects and chaired by Professor Flora Samuel.
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Photograph by Eleni Stefanou.
Photoshoot in progress at BlOK CNC workshop – https://www.blokcnc.com/
with Blake House Filmmaker Cooperative – https://blake.house/
for the Built InCommon explainer to be launched at the Oslo Architecture Triennale Degrowth Festival called ‘Enough’ –http://oslotriennale.no/en/om-oat-2019
We are pleased to be appointed with GVA and BWA by Bolsover District Council to carry out a feasibility study into re-purposing existing train station building and adjoining land in the village of Creswell.
We look forward to working with BDC again.
We are pleased to be appointed to work with Knaresborough CLT on their first project to build 3-4 flats in Knaresborough.
Very challenging site in a conservation area with trees, bus road, changes of levels- just as we like it!