Posts tagged ‘lecture’

April 23, 2010

The Brilliant Design Lecture | ShellsuitZombie magazine™

“In the most exciting event to hit Huddersfield since Leeds Utd. went to the dogs, the 29th of April sees ‘The Brilliant Design Lecture’ host names such as Nicolas Roope, Jason Bruges, Mr Bingo, Rob Chiu, Jason Fretwell and Matthew Grey, all sharing stories around three themes with ‘a unique presentation format fuelled by the energetic banter of a game show.’Whatever that entails, we wish we could go too but this one is just for the lucky-bastard students of Huddersfield – what’s great to note though is that the guys who organised the whole thing including this nifty bit of hand-made type are themselves recent HUD grads. Giving something back. That’s what that is.Make sure you have a look at the website which shows off the photography in all its glory, and you can follow them on twitter too.”

via The Brilliant Design Lecture | ShellsuitZombie magazine™.

April 13, 2010

The Brilliant Design Lecture

Still some tickets up for grabs! – A Day of Brilliant Stories. An event designed to fuel the imagination of students from the School of Art, Design and Architecture at the University of Huddersfield.

The University of Huddersfield presents The Brilliant Design Lecture, a day of stories from six brilliant speakers on April 29th 2010.

Speakers include: Nicolas Roope, Jason Bruges, Mr Bingo, Rob Chiu, Jason Fretwell and Matthew Grey

The Brilliant Design Lecture.

November 16, 2009

PassivHaus -open lecture for Hud ADA Students

Tuesday 17th November 2009

University of Huddersfield

Canalside West (room CSW.10) 5pm – 6pm (doors open 4.45pm)

The forth of our fortnightly sustainability lecture series.

Bill Butcher, Director of Green Building Store and author of BUILDING magazine’s Passivhaus Diaries,outlines the key features of Passivhaus design and looks at the special challenges of low energy Passivhaus construction in a UK context.

PassivHaus dwellings typically achieve an energy saving of 90% compared to existing housing (