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AAA Special Talk: A Journey to Shakespeare: JL1201

Julian Lipscombe
Formal CPD
2 Hours - FORMAL
Duration: 01:29:09
This talk was recorded live at a special event organised by the Australian Architecture Association (AAA).
Julian Lipscombe joined Bennetts Associates in 1992 and became a director in 2002. In this talk he provides insight into the influences and themes that affect the architecture of Bennetts Associates, as well as their approach to the development of best of class architecture.
He illustrates all of this through his comprehensive explanation of the processes surrounding the competition, design, development & construction of the new Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford upon Avon in England.
  • Understand the architectural, historic and cultural influences on a modern architectural practice operating on many scales and in many varied circumstances.
  • Appreciate the differences in practice management approach and style of individuals within a medium to large architectural firm.
  • Gain insight into the complexities of developing theatre architecture, the importance of understanding the nuances of the clients requirements and the benefits of detailed design examination and testing.
Recognised by the NSW ARB, ARB of Victoria, BA of Qld, AB of WA, Work Stds Tas, APB of SA, PIA, AILA & BDA

    Director - Bennetts Associates Architects (UK)

    Julian has recognised skills in design, consultation, project leadership and public speaking. During his 20 years with the practice, he has led a broad range of projects and competitions in the office, education, transport, residential and sport sectors.

    He has a particular expertise in public sector estate rationalisation with projects such as the award-winning HQ for Hampshire County Council. Current commitments include a 20 acre masterplan in central Manchester, a new training college for the Metropolitan Police, an innovative food store at King's Cross, 14 surface stations for Crossrail and prominent new buildings for St Antony's College, Oxford.