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27 May: Member 20×20 – Mikhail Riches, Elliott Wood & Campbell Architects

Member 20×20 with Mikhail Riches, Elliott Wood and Campbell Architects

Thursday 27 May 2021

In these PechaKucha-style talks, members have a chance to profile themselves, their projects and topics they are passionate about. The 20×20 format will see short, quick fire presentations featuring 20 chosen images, shown for 20 seconds each!

Mikhail Riches

Mikhail Riches is an Architectural practice specialising in housing design and mixed-use neighbourhood masterplanning, with a focus on environmental and socially inclusive design. They have a particular expertise in passive environmental design that optimises natural assets to improve a buildings performance within tight budgets. Their public realm designs focus on creating walkable neighbourhoods with car-free spaces for social interaction and play. Their housing project Goldsmith Street for Norwich City Council is the largest Passivhaus social housing scheme in the UK and won the Stirling Prize 2020.

Speakers (L-R): Katie Nelson, Studio Manager; Petra Xynidou, Part 2 Architectural Assistant; Lucy Steeden, Part 2 Architectural Assistant

Elliott Wood

Elliott Wood are no ordinary engineers. They are activists for a new kind of engineering profession, driven to change the way we design, construct and inhabit the built environment. Their Transport offer centres on understanding the link between transport and land use, particularly the future shape of our towns and cities, and changing people’s attitudes towards travel to encourage use of sustainable modes to engineer a healthier, and happier society. Melanie de Wet recently joined Elliott Wood as Transport Lead, with 20 years’ experience in transport planning for major development schemes in the UK and her native South Africa.

Speaker: Melanie de Wet, Associate Director

Campbell Architects

Campbell Architects is a Practice which is well established in commercial, social and residential sectors. We pride ourselves in delivering sustainable, contemporary architecture that responds to its context.

Speaker: Chris Campbell, Director

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