2018 Lecture Series: Inaugural Lecture with Phil Coffey
Tue February 27th: 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
It gives us great pleasure to announce the inaugural lecture in the 2018 series will be by Phil Coffey from Coffey Architecture.
Phil is an award winning architect and newly appointed BDP Online columnist. Phil founded Coffey Architects in 2005 and has built a strong reputation for designing beautifully crafted, intelligent buildings that add creative value to their clients’ projects. Whether masterplans or housing, commercial or cultural buildings, they choreograph strategic objectives, budgets, deadlines and delivery together to create great results. They have a growing team of talented and dedicated architects who share a culture of excellence. Their projects have been recognised with a clutch of awards, including being shortlisted for the RIBA House of the Year in 2017, against stiff competition. Nominations and awards as follows;
Surface Design Award, Science Museum – shortlist (final judging pending)
Civic Trust Award, Science Museum – regional finalist
Brick Awards, Modern Detached – won
RIBA House of the Year Award, Hidden House – shortlist
New London Award, Croydon Smaller Sites Programme – won
RIBA London Award, Science Museum – won
AJ Architecture Awards, House of the Year, Hidden House – shortlist
Lighting Design Award, Science Museum – shortlisted
New London Awards, Hidden House – shortlisted
RIBA London Award, Hidden House – won
RIBA East Award, Modern Detached – won
BD Individual House Architect of the Year Award – shortlisted
MIPIM UK Visionary Architect/Masterplanner – won
Dezeen Hot List
AJ Retrofit Award, Science Museum – shortlisted
New London Architecture Award, U+I Headquarters – won
BD Interior and Office Architects of the Year Award, U+I Headquarters – shortlisted
BCO Award, U+I Headquarters – shortlisted
RIBA Stephen Lawrence Prize, Modern Side Extension – shortlisted
RIBA London Award, Modern Side Extension – won
RIBA London Award, Modern Mews – won
New London Award, Modern Mews – won
RIBA House of the Year Award, Modern Mews – shortlisted
AJ Retrofit Best House under £250k Award, Modern Side Extension – won
AJ Small Project Award, Modern Side Extension – shortlisted
Come and see Phil describe the best of those, and also give his thoughts on the current Manchester Architectural scene, reflecting upon his Mancunian heritage.
As we have had to change venues for this first event from the Anthony Burgess Foundation to 53Two in the City, there will be a small charge for the lecture to recover some of the costs.
I really hope that you can come and join us for what promises to be a fantastic evening.
Doors open at 6pm for a 6 30pm start