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International Lecture Series 4: Uses & Structure – NP2F (François Chas & Nicolas Guerin)

8 November 2018 | 6.30pm – 8.30pm

Kensington, Lecture Theatre 1

Free, but please book using Eventbrite link

The School of Architecture is delighted to announce NP2F as the next speakers in its series of talks. 

The lecture will focus on the vital link between structure and uses. Through different projects and scales, NP2F will speak about how they create and design projects according to their specific uses, with particular emphasis on their project for the Mediterranean Institute of the the city and territories (IMVT), Marseille's Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape Design school.


NP2F is an architectural practice founded in 2009. The projects on which the NP2F office works on are both architectural and urban projects and its areas of expertise are sports, housing, cultural and educational buildings, places of relaxation and restoration, and public spaces.

NP2F has successively delivered the National Center for Circus Arts, a teaching and sports building for the Ministry of Culture, multi-sports fields for the city of Alfortville and a physical education ground in Paris.


This event has been organised by the School of Architecture. Please contact soa-admins@rca.ac.uk for more information.