Architecture LGBT+ Manchester Pride Celebrations
🌈 We are proudly supporting the LGBT+ community 🌈
Architect LGBT+ & LF Architecture are bringing their competition-winning float, designed by Raw Architecture Workshop, to celebrate Manchester PRIDE 2019.
PRIDE LAUNCH DRINKS 18.00
ON Bar (Sky Lounge), Gay Village, Canal Street
Join us for Friday Drinks with fellow LGBT+ members and allies from the built environment. Kick start your Manchester Pride the right way!
Date: Friday, August 23, 2019
Book Launch Tickets Here
PRIDE BREAKFAST 9.30 – 11.15
BDP Manchester office, 11 Ducie St, Manchester M1 2JB
Following the breakfast, we will leave the BDP Manchester office and join the parade behind the Architecture LGBT+ float.
You will need to book a ticket with a parade pass to walk in the parade.
Date: Saturday, August 24, 2019
Time: 9:30 – 15:30
Book Breakfast Tickets Here
Italian design is renowned the world over – unique, stylish, refined, subtle.
Thursday 4th July sees the introduction of a new collection of finishes from the exclusive XyloCleaf decorative surfaces range. All designed in Milan to the highest quality standards, it can be used for any kind of interior furniture and furnishings.
To celebrate… Join James Latham and Xylocleaf for one of Italy’s favourite traditions, aperitivo and enjoy an afternoon with us, whilst reviewing the portfolio…
James Latham Manchester showroom
Thursday 4th July
4pm – 7pm / aperitivo time
Looking forward in welcoming you!
Book your FREE ticket here
Join RIBA North West and industry peers for an evening of celebration and find out who will be taking home the coveted RIBA North West Building of the Year.
Guests will be treated to a drinks reception and canapes on arrival, followed by the presentation of the Regional Awards and networking opportunities.
The 2019 RIBA North West Awards event will take place on 8 May 2019 in the stunning surroundings of the Benzie Building, Manchester School of Art.
Dress code for the evening is business casual (not black tie).
Date / Time: Wed, 8 May 2019 – 19:00 – 22:00 BST
Venue: Manchester Metropolitan University – Manchester School of Art – Benzie Building, Boundary Street West, Manchester, M15 6BR
Join us at ‘Building Nature into Architecture’, a thought-leading event accompanied by a free bar and BBQ at Albert’s Shed in Castlefield.
Thursday 9th May 2019 at 6pm
Find out How wood can help improve sustainability, lower carbon emissions, reduce waste and even decrease stress in modern buildings.
In partnership with the Wood Window Alliance, Manchester Society of Architects has invited Eleanor Brough from Sarah Wigglesworth Architects and Gerrit Jan Teunissen from International WELL Building Institute to talk about the well-being and sustainability benefits of using materials like timber in buildings.
Tickets are free of charge and include drinks and food.