What's On


After winning RIBA’s Beyond Borders competition, Abby’s installation ‘Humanity is Unity’ is now officially open. This interactive installation is a symbol of inclusivity, focusing on the social integration of asylum seekers and refugees into UK society. The exhibit can be viewed for free at RIBA North, Mann Island and is open until 17th September. Read more about it here and here.

5th July is  #EthelDay, a celebration of Ethel Mary Charles, the first female architect to gain RIBA membership, and the inspiring women architects from around the world who have followed since. For us, every day is  #Ethel Day and we continue to value the work of both genders equally, whilst appreciating the more challenging journey women have historically been through. Read more about it here.

On 12th July, Su and Sarah are attending The People’s Powerhouse, a movement focusing on the future of Northern England and developing plans and narrative on skills, jobs, environment, happier and healthier people and communities. Read more about it here.




Commencing 3rd July we have two new recruits, as we are joined by Charlie and Catherine for work experience. We hope their time with us)provides them with an insight into the industry as well as our not always convential ways of working.

The weekend of 20th July is the annual Liverpool International Music Festival, an entirely free festival predominantly in Sefton Park spread over a range of locations. Find out more about it here.

Forest School returns again! As we approach Summer Holidays, bookings are now available for Forest School in Sudley House Gardens. Sessions will run Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday commencing 25th July for 6 weeks. Take a look at the previous sessions here and here. For enquiries and to book on please contact

Approaching the end of the month is Liverpool Pride, a weekend-long festival to celebrate LGBT culture, as we stand in solidarity for an inclusive, equal world where love overpowers hate. Find out more information here.