Fiona Scott and Jay Gort, Directors of the architecture and urbanism practice Gort Scott, will talk about refurbishing and repurposing buildings, about place, context and the role that architecture plays in shaping everyday spatial and social experience. As part of their talk they will discuss the boundaries between what is given, adapted and constantly evolving, and what is new or curated, in order to respond to new ways of living, working and learning.

Drawing on examples from London, Oxford and further afield, the duo will illustrate the responses the practice has made to complex urban experiences and conditions made for public authorities and private clients. 

Talk + Networking reception


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