Paul Monaghan has considerable expertise in designing and appraising educational buildings. As a partner of architectural practice Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, he has designed buildings such as Westminster Academy and the Jubilee School, both in London.
In 2000, he joined the CABE enabling team, where he specialises in helping local authorities procure well-designed schools. He is also involved in reviewing the progress of the Building Schools for the Future programme as Vice-Chair of the Schools Design Review Panel for CABE.
For the first of New London Architecture’s morning talks’ series, Paul will present an overview of some of the current issues in school design. Using examples from his own work he will show how good design can help to create better and safer learning environments.
Paul has been an advisor to the London's Learning exhibition.
This talk is free of charge. To book a place please visit www.newlondonarchitecture.org/talks.
For full exhibition information and morning talks programme, visit www.buildingcentretrust.org.
* London's Learning is part of the Building Centre / NLA exhibition programme which explores London and its built environment. The London's Learning Morning Talks series is sponsored by ConstructionSkills, www.constructionskills.net. The London's Learning Exhibition is sponsored by the Learning & Skills Council www.lsc.gov.uk.