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Research Practice Leads Group – University of Reading

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Research Practice Leads Group

'A step change in the perception of architecture to leverage our skills to deliver better performance.'

The Research Practice Leads Group discusses Coastal Nourishment

The aim of the Research Practice Leads (RPL) group is to lobby for architectural research in practice and to share skills and knowledge. The RPL group was set up in May 2016 as part of the AHRC funded project Evidencing and Communicating the Value of Architects led by Flora Samuel and was developed with Darryl Chen of Hawkins Brown. It meets every two months in the offices of one of the participating practices.

These include:

A meeting of the Research Practice Leads group

The RPL group plays  a key role in the Professional Practices in the Built Environment Conference that took place in Reading in April 2017.

Several of the RPL members contributed case studies to the report Building Knowledge: Pathways to Post Occupancy.

Supporting Research in Practice  

Presentations from the Research and Practice Event that took place at the School in April 2016 with contributions from Professor Flora Samuel, Gillian Horne - Penoyre and Prasad, Mark Lumley - Architype, Robin Nicholson - Cullinan Associates, and Fredrik Nilsson - Chalmers University, Gothenburg Sweden.

If you are interested in joining the group, please contact Flora Samuel (f.b.samuel@reading.ac.uk).

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