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Sto Foundation November Talks with The London School of Architecture

November 12, 2020 - December 03, 2020
Sto Foundation and The London School of Architecture present the November Talks 2020

The Sto Foundation or StoStiftung in German, the official charity of the Sto organisation, has been promoting educational projects for architecture students and tradespeople around the world for over 15 years.



While the November Talks usually take place in person at university lecture halls across the world, we are proud that in these extraordinary times, our London partners —London School of Architecture— have coordinated a series of four stimulating lectures accessible for students at LSA and beyond.

Please book a place, participate and enjoy the lectures!

Find out more about Sto Foundation here

Indy Johar

Thursday 12th November, 6pm (GMT)
Online Zoom Event

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Indy Johar, Co-Founder and Director at Architecture 00 discusses what influences and inspires him, how he designs and what forms his practice.

Indy Johar is co-founder of Architecture 00 and most recently Dark Matter – a field laboratory focused on radically redesigning the bureaucratic and institutional infrastructure of our cities, regions and towns for a more democratic, distributed great transition.

Full Lecture by Indy Johar, Courtesy of London School of Architecture

Lesley Lokko

Thursday 19th November, 6pm (GMT)
Online Zoom Event

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Lesley Lokko —architect, academic, and best-selling novelist— discusses what influences and inspires her, how she designs and what informs her practice.

Lesley Lokko is an architect, academic, and best-selling novelist. She was previously the founder and director of the Graduate School of Architecture at the University of Johannesburg and is currently engaged in setting up an independent school of architecture in Accra, Ghana, the African Futures Institute.

Full Lecture by Lesley Lokko, Courtesy of London School of Architecture.

Anna Heringer

Thursday 26th November, 6pm (GMT)
Online Zoom Event

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German architect Anna Heringer discusses what influences and inspires her, how she designs and what forms her practice.

Anna Heringer is an architect and honorary professor of the UNESCO Chair of Earthen Architecture, Building Cultures, and Sustainable Development. Anna focuses on the use of natural building materials and has been actively involved in development cooperation in Bangladesh since 1997.

Full Lecture by Anna Heringer, Courtesy of London School of Architecture

Marina Tabassum

Thursday 3rd December, 6pm (GMT)
Online Zoom Event
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Bangladeshi architect Marina Tabassum discusses what influences and inspires her, how she designs and what forms her practice.

Marina Tabassum is the principal of Marina Tabassum Architects, a practice established in 2005 based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Marina is the Academic Director of the Bengal Institute for Architecture, Landscapes and Settlements. She has taught at TU Delft, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, University of Texas and in BRAC University.

Full Lecture by Marina Tabassum, Courtesy of London School of Architecture
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