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The Bartlett International Lectures: Image and Making: Ten years of process, from Milan to Mars

05 October 2022, 6:30 pm–8:00 pm

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In the first International Lecture of the autumn term, Asif Khan is in conversation with Mir’s Trond Greve Andersen.

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Asif Khan joins Mir’s Trond Greve Andersen in conversation, as part of The Bartlett International Lectures Autumn 2022. This year, the International Lectures return to an in-person format, with lectures taking place at the school's Bloomsbury campus, in the Christopher Ingold Auditorium, 22 Gordon Street, at 18:30 GMT on Wednesdays throughout the autumn and spring terms. 


Image and Making: Asif Khan in conversation with Mir’s Trond Greve Andersen
Ten years of process, from Milan to Mars



Asif Khan founded his practice in 2007. He works internationally on cultural buildings, landscapes, exhibition design, experimental structures and artworks. His future-facing work is known for being rooted in human sensory experiences, community, craftsmanship, context and cultural heritage. Current projects include the London Museum, the Barbican, and the Tselinny Centre of Contemporary Culture in Almaty.
Asif is Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Design Museum in London. He was awarded Architect of the Year in 2018 by the German Design Council receiving an MBE for services to Architecture in 2017. He has taught at the Royal College of Art, London, and at Musashino Art University in Japan. He studied at The Bartlett School of Architecture, graduating in 2004.

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