Dezeen has partnered with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) to present a new series of Architecture Project Talks, which will see Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Chris Precht deliver presentations about key projects that are built using FSC-certified wood.
The two webinars, which count towards continuing professional development (CPD) points for UK architects, feature Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios' Senate House building for the University of Bristol and Precht's modular Bert treehouse.
Read on for more information and to register for free to attend the talks.
Senate House by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
11:00am London time on Wednesday 3 November 2021
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios completed a refurbishment of the University of Bristol's Senate House building earlier this year. The building acts as a hub for students, offering both social spaces and support services, and prominently makes use of timber slats throughout its interior.
Project architects Rose Hart and Nick Hodges will discuss the design and delivery process, the use of wood throughout the project, and how the studio approached designing a contemporary mixed-use education space.
Bert by Precht
1:00pm London time on Tuesday 2 December 2021
Chris Precht, who runs the practice alongside his partner Fei Tang Precht, will deliver a lecture on how a modular structure with a cylindrical form can be built from wood, and how the project's form subverts the self-seriousness of the architectural profession by drawing on characters from the animated film Minions.
Dezeen x FSC Architecture Project Talks
This series of Architecture Project Talks is produced by Dezeen in collaboration with FSC, a non-profit membership organisation created to maintain sustainable and resilient forests.
FSC certification verifies that the wood used in a project has been sourced sustainably. The organisation currently manages over 225 million hectares of certified forests.
Sign up to FSC's mailing list via the webinar registration pages to hear more.
Read more about Dezeen partnership content here.