Amin Taha was born in Berlin and has been settled in the UK since 1974. After working in the offices of Zaha Hadid, Wilkinson Eyre and others he began an independent studio in 2005, later incorporating Groupwork as an Employee Ownership Trust.
As well as running the design and detailing of projects Amin has taught, written and lectured on architecture, sat on the RIBA National and International Awards Jury and aids property related research groups and pension funds. Groupwork were shortlisted for the Stirling Prize 2017 for Barretts Grove.
This event is part of our series of RIBA Annual Lectures at University of Bath, UWE Bristol, Arts University Bournemouth, University of Plymouth, and Falmouth University.
Free for RIBA members, including RIBA Student members. Student membership is free.
A partnership of RIBA South West, the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering and The Edge. Supported by the RIBA Local Initiative Fund (LIF)