Lines Drawn 2014

The Centre for Alternative Technology & the Architecture Students Network present:

Lines Drawn 2014 conference


A spring gathering to debate Architectural Education hosted by:

CATMachynlleth, Wales, SY20 9AZ

12 noon Saturday 15th – 2 pm Sunday 16th March 2014

Following on the success of The ASN: Forum 2013 last year and the new EU directive coming into play, CAT and The ASN invite all Part 1, 2 and 3 students including those not at university to attend this spring gathering to debate Architectural Education. Should part 1, 2 and 3 be scrapped? Should there be more of an emphasis on professional practice? What will the new directive mean to architectural education in the UK?

Confirmed presentations and a panel discussion include:

Oliver Wainwright – Architecture Correspondent, The Guardian
Will Hunter – Executive Editor, Architectural Review and Director of the London School of Architecture
Pamela Cole – Head of Portsmouth School of Architecture and former chair of the Association of Professional Studies Advisors in Architecture (APSAA)

Information about the Programme can be found here

Booking details:
£55 per person for food & accommodation
Contact: Sarah Johnson
01654 704973
Cheques made payable to CAT Charity Ltd by 10th March.
Alternatively please ring Sarah with credit card details

The ASN have asked all heads of schools to pay for the transport for up to two students from each School of Architecture.  Details of how to get to CAT can be found here.

For further information about the event please contact Zlatina Spasova on

Media partners: Architects Journal

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