PiP Transport, Infrastructure and Warehouse Architecture webinar



In this PiP Transport, Infrastructure and Warehouse Architecture webinar, we showcase a diverse array of projects and products. Jan-Carlos Kucharek, deputy editor, RIBAJ and editor, PiP hosts our guest speakers, including:
• Frank Anatole, principal architect, Network Rail
• Ben Hancock, managing director, Oscar Acoustics
• Hugo Braddick, associate director, Haworth Tompkins
• Tim Boarer, head of specifications – London & South, Mapei
• Ezra Groskin, director, Moxon Architects
• Andrew Smith, managing director, WOHR Parking Systems

This is a recording of a webinar that took place on 18 October 2022.
The first half of the introductions by Jan-Carlos Kucharek were cut off, please see the below text. We apologise for any inconvenience.

“Welcome to today’s PiP webinar on transport, infrastructure, and warehouse architecture. If the architecture of the great train termini defined the 19th century, perhaps it was Umberto Bocconi’s Futurist manifesto exalting with benzoic headiness the prophetic hegemony of the automobile that proved to be their swan song. It ushered in a new age with a new typology of the mass-production centres of production that would define the 20th century.”

Programme

Opening remarks
Jan-Carlos Kucharek, deputy editor, RIBAJ and editor, PiP

Case study: Modular Stations
Frank Anatole, principal architect, Network Rail

Loud and clear: the dangers of noise in industrial spaces
Ben Hancock, managing director, Oscar Acoustics

Case study: Industria
Hugo Braddick, associate director, Haworth Tompkins

Mapei Fast Track Systems for Transport Hubs and Stations
Tim Boarer, head of specifications – London & South, Mapei

Case study: Esperance Bridge, Kings Cross
Ezra Groskin, director, Moxon Architects

Minimising space for parking systems
Andrew Smith, managing director, WOHR Parking Systems

Closing remarks
Jan-Carlos Kucharek, deputy editor, RIBAJ and editor, PiP

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