Women in Architecture are presenting a series of three events: Three Colours: Blue White Red. The third and final event Red, on November 20th, is in collaboration with the RIBA and deals with the notion of home and gender. We explore home/ homelessness and celebrate the importance and diversity of what Home means to individuals.
We will include screening a range of short films about gender and space followed by speakers and an opportunity to socialise and network with drinks.
Alice Brownfield: Architect
Peter Barber Architects’ approach to housing and homelessness projects is underpinned by a consistent commitment to radical solutions and excellence in design. Alice will be speaking about the practice’s approach to designing award-winning homelessness projects and what architecture for the most vulnerable in society could look like.
Alice Brownfield is an Associate Director at Peter Barber Architects - a practice renowned for a number of ground-breaking urban social housing and homelessness projects. The practice has twice been UK Housing Architect of the Year and is a recipient of the Royal Academy Grand Prize for Architecture. In 2016 PBA’s Holmes Road Homeless Hostel won the NLA Building of the Year.
During her time at PBA Alice has worked on a number of high profile award winning homelessness and housing projects for a number of London Boroughs.
At the heart of all PBA’s work is the belief that architecture can create the potential for social action and activity.
Meet Alice and our other talented speakers by joining us at the Red event on November 20th. Register here.