MULTISTORY Guest Lecture
David Bickle
Hawkins Brown
6pm Thurs 20th Nov 2014

We are pleased to announce a Multistory guest lecture by:

David Bickle // Hawkins Brown

Thursday 20th November 2014 // Lecture 6pm // Architecture Foyer


Hawkins\Brown is a London based architectural practice formed in 1988 by Roger Hawkins and Russell Brown.

We are a creative progressive award-winning studio that has a reputation as one of the leading design based architectural practices in the UK.  Hawkins\Brown has never limited its architecture to a particular style type or scale of work.  We bring a bespoke collaborative approach to our projects and a determinedly broad experience of building universities, schools, transport, housing, offices and arts projects across the UK and increasingly in Europe and further afield.

David has considerable experience leading award winning projects within the education, commercial, arts and regeneration sectors, and works across the studio supporting and participating in dialogue, debate and design reviews.  His design skills, sensitive approach and critical practice ensure that creative opportunities are explored fully during design development.  His sketchbook is full of ideas, and he is a great one for sending inspirational emails in the middle of the night.

He has taught at a number of universities and is a visiting critic at Nottingham University.  He regularly lectures and writes for the architectural press, and has sat on competition panels including the recent RIBA Forgotten Spaces competition in Sheffield. David is a dedicated supporter of the arts.  He is a passionate advocate for collaborating with others and continues to develop relationships with some of Britain’s leading contemporary artists.  He is a member of the Art and Architecture Advisory Board and a board member of Tannery Arts.

Multistory is a student and alumni led guest lecture programme series at Canterbury School of Architecture, University for the Creative Arts that seeks to invite architects, designers, writers, curators, photographers and artists to speak about their work.