Lecture, Central London, Tuesday, 25 Apr 2023 - 18:00

Architects and Engineers: Making Infrastructure Beautiful

an artist's impression of HS2's Colne Valley Viaduct

Design excellence should be at the heart of all development. But what makes design good or bad? How can you build in beauty and longevity?

Professor Sadie Morgan’s lecture will showcase practical examples where early testing and thinking have elevated the impact of infrastructure projects.

Looking at both policy and projects, from the National Infrastructure Strategy policy document for the NIC, to the Birmingham Curzon Street Station for HS2, her lecture will examine the elements behind making good design happen.

Sadie Morgan OBE

Sadie Morgan OBE

Sadie Morgan OBE is a co-founding director of dRMM, a RIBA Stirling Prize-winning architecture studio.

Championing design for over two decades, Sadie is involved in...

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