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Liverpool Architectural Society

The Liverpool Architectural Society

The Merseyside branch of the Royal Insitute of British Architects
The Liverpool Architectural Society was founded in 1848, making it one of the oldest architectural societies in the world. Remaining independent for almost 140 years, in 1987 it merged with the Merseyside branch of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Whilst most of its members are chartered architects, the society also welcomes people who have an interest in architecture to join. Events, such as visits to local buildings, lectures and seminars are organised throughout the year; and traditionally there's a weekend away to look at buildings in a major european city.

Liverpool Architectural Society Council

  • Ian Wroot - President
  • Lizzy Edge - Honorary Secretary
  • Will Barralet - Vice President
  • Pat Sloane - Honorary Treasurer
  • Mona Devereau
  • Gordon Fortune
  • Neill Fozard
  • Maria Killick
  • Darren Jones
  • Professor Robert Kronenburg
  • Dr. Robert MacDonald
  • Michael Paddock
  • Dan Robinson
  • Alan Ross
  • Mushtaq Saleri
  • Martin Shutt
  • Trevor Skempton
  • Daniel Smith
  • David Watkins
  • Martin Watson
  • Dominic Wilkinson
  • Joachim Zadow

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Use the drop-down menu below to access information about Liverpool based Architectural practices. Practices are listed in random order. Want to be listed on the Liverpool Architecture website? Please click here to contact the team by email.