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R&V Bartlett School of Architecture Alumni Dinner 2019

6:30 pm to 9:30 pm, 26 November 2019

The Bartlett School of Architecture R&V Alumni Dinner 2019. Image: Cork House by Matthew Barnett Howland, Oliver Wilton and Dido Milne. Photography by Ricky Jones.

This year's annual R&V Alumni Dinner will take place at The Bartlett School of Architecture on Tuesday 26 November

Event Information

Open to

UCL alumni

Availability

Yes

Organiser

The Bartlett School of Architecture
02031087337

Location

Room G.12
22 Gordon Street
London
WC1H 0QB
United Kingdom

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About

The R&V dinner is a chance to spend an evening with fellow alumni over good food, drinks and engaging speeches. We will return to the school's beautifully renovated home, 22 Gordon Street (formerly Wates House) for the dinner.


Speakers

Matthew Barnett Howland, with Oliver Wilton and Dido Milne

Bartlett alumnus Matthew Barnett Howland and The Bartlett’s Director of Technology Oliver Wilton, together with architect Dido Milne, are co-designers of the award-winning project Cork House, which is the first building in the UK to be made of a simple new form of solid cork and timber construction. Cork House recently received the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize for the best building under £1m and featured on the fifth series of Channel 4’s Grand Designs: House of the Year.


More information

Klose & Soan will be catering from their onsite pop-up kitchen using simple, seasonal produce.

If you have any dietary requirements (including vegetarian/vegan) please contact us so we can arrange accordingly.


Access

All our event spaces are accessible. For any additional support or information, please email or call 020 3108 7337.


Image: Cork House, by Matthew Barnett Howland and Oliver Wilton, with Dido Milne. Photography by Ricky Jones.