A talk by the founder of The Architecture Drawing Prize followed by out-of-hours exhibition viewing

In this talk, Ken Shuttleworth will discuss the art and power of communicating the design process through architectural drawing.

Looking at his career through this medium, he will describe how architectural drawing has evolved and progressed design both for him personally and for his practice at Make. He will touch on how it has informed projects, how it is encouraged and taught at Make and how it can provide a unique medium to challenge broad societal issues - as can be seen through the practice’s brainchild: The Architecture Drawing Prize. After Ken's talk, you will have the opportunity to visit The Architectural Drawing Prize exhibition for an exclusive out-of-hours viewing.

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About the Speaker

Over the course of his 40-year career, Ken Shuttleworth has worked on numerous ground-breaking architectural landmarks, earning the nickname “Ken the Pen” for his fluid draftsmanship. In 2004, Ken founded Make Architects, an award-winning employee-owned practice with studios in London, Sydney and Hong Kong. Prior to this he built up a remarkable portfolio of experience as a partner at Foster + Partners.

Ken oversees the design development of every scheme at Make and acts as a guardian to its 150-strong staff. Ken is Past President of the British Council for Offices, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, and a member of the UK Government Advisory Group on Professional and Business Services. In 2013, he set up the Future Spaces Foundation to advance research and debate about sustainable cities. He’s also a respected designer and lecturer.