|The LRSA has regular meetings on the last Wednesday of the month.||The venue is the Turkey Cafe on Granby Street in Leicester.
Wednesday, 26 August 2015, 18:00
Wednesday, 30 September 2015, 18:00
Wednesday, 28 October 2015, 18:00
Wednesday, 25 November 2015, 18:00
The LRSA meetings are open to local members and all architects and architecture students in Leicestershire and Rutland are encouraged to attend.
|Guided Walk: The Cultural Quarter
Thursday 21 May 2015
|A guided walk, free and open to members of the public, covered the history and recent transformation of Leicester's Cultural Quarter from hosiery and boot making factories to the cluster of today’s creative industries.
The tour was led by architect Nils Feldmann on behalf of the Leicestershire and Rutland Society of Architects.
|Guided Walk: De Montfort University
Thursday 14 May 2015
|The architectural tour of the De Montfort University campus included a site visit to the major redevelopment of the Fletcher Building.
The walk was led by Dr Arthur Lyons on behalf of the Leicestershire & Rutland Society of Architects and was free and open to members of the public.
|Guided Walk: University of Leicester
Thursday 07 May 2015
|The architectural tour of the University of Leicester campus was free and open to members of the public.
Led by Dr Arthur Lyons on behalf of the Leicestershire & Rutland Society of Architects the walk included the listed Engineering Building by James Stirling overlooking Victoria Park.
|Points of View
Tuesday 03 March 2015
|The event involved quick fire, thought provoking and light-hearted presentations in the popular Pecha Kucha format.
20 slides with 20 seconds per slide on the subject of Leicester Architecture from architects and lecturers proved to be an easy way of sharing thoughts on the subject and provided entertainment to students and presenters alike.
|President's One Day Competition
Friday 27 February 2015
|The competition was a one day charette open to all students at the Leicester School of Architecture to design a mobile exhibition pavillion for Richard III.
The topic was unveiled on Thursday evening with introductory lectures by Prof Sarah Hainsworth from the University of Leicester and Jonathan Park, the structural engineer behind the stage sets of the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd and many others
24 hours of frantic and buzzing design activity followed and the winners were announced on Friday afternoon.
Thursday 02 October 2014
|Organized by LJCC, the Local Joint Consultative Committee for the Building Industry, the dinner was attended by members from the Leicestershire & Rutland branches of the National Federation of Builders, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, the Royal Institute of British Architects and the Association For Consultancy & Engineering.
The evening included the presentation of the Annual Craftsmanship Awards for 2014.