Second Floor

Recordings available of new public lecture series by leading architects and postgraduate tutors, presented by London Met student society and The Architecture Foundation.

Date: 24 February 2022

Second Floor, a recent series of public lectures by postgraduate architecture unit tutors at London Metropolitan University's School of Art, Architecture and Design is now available online. The series saw the tutors present the work of an architect that has influenced their practice. It was presented jointly by MASS, the School’s architecture student society and The Architecture Foundation, and curated with Tony Fretton who also delivered two of the sessions.

The lectures series available so far comprises of:

About the Architecture Foundation

For over 20 years, The Architecture Foundation has brought together professionals from across the built environment to discuss and act on issues related to design and the built environment. With a renewed focus on the city and the critical intersection of architecture and politics, the Architecture Foundation works to effect meaningful change on policy and practice.

About MASS

MASS (Metropolitan Architecture Student Society) provides the means for London Met students to exchange ideas, host debates, engage within the city and enhance their tudent experience. The society's objective is to become a resource for students and for them to become active members within the school's architecture community.

Speaking about the lecture series Professor Christian Frost, Head of Architecture said, "Second Floor provided an excellent insight into the calibre of practitioners we are proud to have currently teaching at the school. It also highlighted the great contribution the student society MASS makes to our learning community and student experience. We are grateful to The Architecture Foundation for supporting and broadcasting the programme."
You can access recordings of the whole series on The Architecture Foundation YouTube Channel.
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