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Emerson to headline London Met summit on studio culture

6a Architects co-founder Tom Emerson will deliver the keynote address at London Metropolitan University’s ‘studio culture’ conference next weekend

Taking place on 29 and 30 June, the two-day event features a range of workshops and presentations around studio-based teaching.

Introduced by school head Robert Mull, the conference includes a special focus on the relevance of the ‘crit’ and the studio as a place of learning through making.

Emerson (pictured) – who is a professor at ETH Zurich and previously taught at Cambridge university and the Architectural Association – will deliver an opening talk on 29 June.

The event is taking place within London Metropolitan University’s Daniel Libeskind-designed Graduate Centre and at the Faculty of Architecture and Spatial Design in Spring House.

Workshop leaders include Michael Corr & Fran Balaam of Pie and Adam Khan and David Knight.

Places are limited. Registration costs £40, or £20 for concessions.


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