Wednesday, July 17, 2024

RENEW Rooms Events Coming Up

From Anna Johnson at RENEW…

Architecture Week is nearly upon us again and City in Transition is already underway.

Listed here are some of the events coming up both in the RENEW Rooms and other events that may well be of interest over the next few months which are starting to fill up.

Although all events are free, booking is essential as places are restricted. Please contact me for further information.

A discussion series which will take a look at the massive changes taking place in Liverpool city centre today and the implications for the future.
Each event starts at 6pm and will finish at 8pm. See below for booking information.

Thursday 8 June : Rod Holmes, Grosvenor
Thursday 29 June : Danny Lane, Church St artist (in association with BDP)
Thursday 6 July Sean Griffiths, FAT
Thursday 20 July : Austin:Smith-Lord
Thursday 3 August : Roo Humpherson, PTEa (Pathfinder Scheme)
Thursday 17 August : Kim Nielsen, 3XN (new Museum of Liverpool)


The King’s Dock Model will be on display in the RENEW Rooms from 19 June – 14 July. On Wednesday 21 June there will be a chance to listen to Chris Wilkinson of WilkinsonEyre, the principal architect for the Liverpool
Arena, and Bob Prattey, Chief Executive of the King’s Dock. This event begins at 5.45pm, with a drinks reception after the discussion. See below for booking information.

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris are offering a unique opportunity to take a tour of the Le Corbusier inspired Unity Building on Chapel St before its grand opening later this year. The tour takes place from 5pm on Monday 19
June and again is a free event. However, due to restrictions places are limited so advance booking is necessary-see below.

Following last year’s hugely successful RSA/RIBA lecture, we are delighted to present another on Thursday 22 June with Dr Franco Bianchini from the International Cultural Planning and Policy Unit at De Montfort University.
Dr Bianchini will be examining the impacts of economic globalisation on contemporary cities. Please e-mail [Link] to book a place for this event. This event is free.

If you wish to reserve a place at any of the above events (except the RSA/RIBA lecture) or find out more information, please e-mail me on or call 0151 707 4380.

For more information on Architecture Week go to

To discover more about City in Transition, try and look at the events page.