A two-year programme of lectures, discussion and debate kicks off this autumn

‘RIBA Talks’, a series of lectures and discussions held both in the UK and internationally, in association with VitrA Bathrooms began with an appearance in London by Japanese architect Kazuyo Sejima of SANAA, and continues over the next two years. Three further events have been announced for autumn 2018.

Next up, David Adjaye will be in conversation with architect, writer and teacher Lesley Lokko at 66 Portland Place on 19 September.

The Turner Prize‐winning architectural collective Assemble presents recent projects – including the newly complete Goldsmith’s Centre for Contemporary Art – on 23 October, again at RIBA’s London base.

And the first of a planned series of ‘Intergenerational Dialogues’ will take place between Kate Mackintosh, architect of several important 1960s social housing schemes including Dawson’s Heights in South London, and Mary Duggan, erstwhile co-founder of Duggan Morris Architects and now director of Mary Duggan Architects. It is scheduled for 28 November at RIBA, London.

Further information and tickets are available from the RIBA website