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Transport and infrastructure architecture seminar slides

Following July’s seminar on transport and infrastructure buildings, please find the presenter’s slides below.

Andrea Pavia - Architect and urban designer 


 

Phil Oakley, UK&I regional business manager - large format printing, HP 


 

Laura Kidd, head of architecture, HS2 


 

Mike Riley, associate architect, BDP 


 

Daria de Seta, founding partner, Garces-de Seta-bonet Arquitectes 


 

Mark Middleton, partner, Grimshaw 


 

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