Virtual Building Visit series - Practice Showcase
6:00pm, Tuesday 23rd November 2021
Delivered by HLM Architects via Microsoft Teams
As part of the Virtual Building Visit series we will be visiting practices via 'Practice Showcase' to find out more about their ethos, how they work and what they strive towards.
Join the Sheffield Society of Architects for a live virtual presentation of HLM Architects.
This is a free event, and we welcome everyone – architects, other built environment professionals, students, families and friends.
Please click the button above to register, and we'll send you the link to join in!
HLM Architects whose headquarters lie in Sheffield have established a global reputation for excellence. Founded in 1964 by students David Hutchinson, Graham Locke and Tony Monk after winning a design competition for the Paisley Civic Centre, the second largest public sector project since the world war, this established their social architecture philosophy. HLM Architects offer Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Interior Architecture, Environment Suitability and Masterplanning services.
Projects developed by HLM Architects are not recognised for a signature style, rather for their thoughtful design, striving to create healthy environments that nurture and inspire. To aid this process HLM have launched their Thoughtful Design Toolkit which has been shortlisted for Innovation of the Year at the BCIA Awards. The Thoughtful Design Toolkit consists of three parts HLM_Insight, HLM_Healthcheck and HLM_Impact.
HLM Architects Won Employer of the Year AJ100 Awards 2021 and 2020, 3rd best architectural practice to work for in the UK (2021), Architectural practice of the year in Building Awards 2020, RICS Social Impact Awards 2020 winner, ArchiCAD awards ‘BIM Project of the Year’ – Cambridge Assessment
You can find out more about the practice here: https://hlmarchitects.com/
The session will be recorded (guests may appear in the recording),and made available online free of charge after the event.
We hope this method of visiting local architecture will be more accessible to more people.
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