Who: Chris Romers-Lee
When: 12 February, 17:30-18:30
Where: Roland Levinsky Building, room 601
Chris studied architecture at the University of Plymouth and the Bartlett School of Architecture, London. Before establishing Studio Octopi, Chris spent 10 years working for other practices in London.
Chris was splashing around in Lake Zurich when the idea for reintroducing swimming in the Thames was conceived as Thames Baths CIC. Now the practice is leading the way in developing ideas for the increased recreational use of the River Thames.
Chris teaches at London School of Architecture (LSA). Before this he taught at Kent University for two years, and has been a guest critic at Sheffield, Bath and London Metropolitan Universities.