rhp’s Tom Foggin talks at Keeping Cambridge Special Event

09 November 2016

rhp’s Tom Foggin was invited to speak, at the first Keeping Cambridge Special event attended by more than 125 people at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences. 

Alongside Nicola Padfield, Master of Fitzwilliam College; David Cleevely of Cambridge Ahead; and Wendy Blythe of the Federation of Cambridge Residents Associations; Tom Foggin spoke on behalf of the Cambridge Association for Architects (CAA) about the important input Architects and other professionals should have in the design process. 

Foggin, secretary of the CAA since 2014, looks at the role of the Architect in the context of a hypothetical project “Keeping Cambridge Special.”  Working step by step through the RIBA Plan of Work, he sets out the core objectives at each stage of a project, starting from initial briefing stages through to developing the design, construction, and eventually the in-use stage. 

You can watch his talk, and the other speakers’ contributions, on YouTube. A copy of the full transcript and slides are also available on the CAA’s website.

rhp’s Tom Foggin talks at Keeping Cambridge Special Event

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