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
Time: 18:00

Book Launch Tickets Here

 

PRIDE BREAKFAST 9.30 – 11.15
BDP Manchester office, 11 Ducie St, Manchester M1 2JB

PARADE 12.00
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

Aperitivo & Xylocleaf Product Launch

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

MSA Award Winners 2019

This quality of this year’s award entries surpassed every expectation and made the judging process an incredibly difficult task for Lord Norman Foster. The winning projects were of an awe-inspiring calibre – their undeniable excellence a testament to Manchester’s status as a true architectural city.

Architecture Jobs Fair

An opportunity for practices to meet Manchester School of Architecture’s current Part 1 (BA) and Part 2 (Master of Architecture) students, promote their business and discuss current opportunities.

Date and time
Thursday 6 June 2019
1.30pm – 4pm (1pm set-up)

Location
Geoffrey Manton Building,
Manchester Metropolitan University,
Rosamond Street West (Off Oxford Road),
Manchester M15 6LL

Industry Preview of Degree Show
Meet the current School of Architecture students alongside their work. An excellent opportunity for practices to see the best of this year’s work. Starts with a drinks reception and welcome from Professor Tom Jefferies on the Benzie ground floor at 4.30pm.

Date and time
Thursday 6 June 2019
4.30pm – 7.30pm

Location
Benzie Building and Chatham Tower,
Manchester School of Art,
Higher Ormond Street,
Manchester M15 6BR

How to register

Practices
If your practice or organisation would like to attend the Jobs Fair and/or the End of Year Show Industry Preview please complete our online registration form.


The Jobs Fair is capped to 50 exhibitors. Spaces will be filled on a first come first served basis. Practices are welcome to attend the Industry Preview even if they do not have a stand at the Jobs Fair.

RIBA North West Awards Party

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

Building Nature into Architecture

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.

Lecture Series: Russell Curtis

Join us for the final lecture of 2019 – Russell Curtis

Russell Curtis is a trustee of the Architecture Foundation and a founding director of Project Compass CIC, a not-for-profit organisation campaigning for increased transparency and accessibility in public sector procurement in the UK. He has recently been appointed by Sadiq Khan as a Mayor’s Design Advocate and sits on design review panels for Croydon Council and the London Legacy Development Corporation. He has written articles for Icon magazine and Building Design, and is a regular commentator for the Architects’ Journal.

Date: Thursday 17th October 2019
Time: 18:00 – 22:00
Location: Albert’s Shed (Merchant Room), 18 Castle Street, Manchester M3 4LZ
Price: Free (complimentary bar)

 

Lecture Series: Joe Morris

The 2019 MSA Lecture Series continues with Joe Morris of Morris+Company – Thursday 19th September 2019.


Joe started up as Joe Morris Architects in May 2004, co-founded Duggan Morris Architects in October 2004, and now directs Morris+Company, an evolution of the two earlier practices.

Venue: Albert Shed (Merchant Room) | 18 Castle Street | Manchester | M3 4LZ |

Time: 6pm

 

MSA Awards 2019: Highlights

In 2019 we wanted the MSA Awards to exceed every expectation by hosting an event unlike anything the city had seen before.

We pulled out all the stops to secure Lord Norman Foster as independent judge and worked tirelessly to unite the entire construction industry behind our expansive vision. Through our hard work we were able to raise the profile of Manchester’s architecture, deliver an inclusive, industry-wide event that reflected the true quality of our community’s work, and attract the most influential construction professionals in the area.

The event saw 1000+ attendees from across the construction sector descend upon the Albert Hall to commend, celebrate and revel in the outstanding work of our city’s finest architects.

It was an incredibly proud moment for Manchester Society of Architects to see the community come together to share their talents and champion the character of Manchester’s architectural spirit.

There were 14 unique categories on show, ranging from commercial and community to built and unbuilt, and the judge, Lord Norman Foster, was staggered by the sheer quality and creativity of all the entries.

Congratulations to all the category winners and a massive thank you to everyone who attended the event – we cannot wait for 2020!

1000% increase in audience engagement.

See the winners here:

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MSA Annual Dinner 2019

Date: Thursday 21st November 2019

The Next Coolest Property Event of the Year
The MSA Annual Dinner is the biggest architects’ society dinner in the UK and has always been the highlight of our social calendar. Following on from the hugely successful MSA Awards, we have committed ourselves to exceeding expectations in everything we do, and the dinner is no exception.

The Original Manchester Venue
With Manchester Cathedral confirmed as the venue for this year’s dinner and the date set for Thursday 21st November, the event is set to welcome the industry’s most prominent architects and construction professionals for an evening of gourmet food, cocktails and live entertainment.

Join the Property Industry’s Most Influential Players
This year’s dinner will unite the property industry behind our vision for a more inclusive and diverse community and lead us towards a more prosperous profession. Join us as we host the industry’s most influential players, reflect on the year gone by, celebrate the achievements of our community and look ahead to the projects of tomorrow.

The Original Manchester Venue
This prestigious evening will raise the profile of Manchester’s architecture, cultivate an inclusive atmosphere that champions the true quality of the wider-industry’s work, and shape our professional network into a stronger and more collaborative community.

Don’t Miss Out on the Coolest Property Dinner of the Year

Tickets are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment

  • Price: £95 + VAT
  • Date: Thursday 21st November 2019
  • Time: 6:45pm – 1am
  • Dress code: Black tie
  • Venue: Manchester Cathedral, Victoria St, Manchester, M3 1SX