Restoring Power: Conservation and Adaptation of Battersea Power Station, London
Speaker: David Hills CPD Points: 1.5 CPD credit hours
|CPD Event:||Restoring Power: Conservation and Adaptation of Battersea Power Station, London|
|Date:||5 May 2022 (Thursday)|
|Time:||7:00 pm – 8:30 pm|
|Venue:||By online media – ZOOM|
|CPD Points:||1.5 CPD credit hours|
Limited to 300 Participants
|Supported by:||The American Institute of Architects Hong Kong Chapter|
About the CPD Talk
David will be speaking about the conservation and adaptation of the iconic Battersea Power Station, one of London’s most recognisable industrial landmarks. The talk will focus on the external repairs, as well as the re-purposing of the internal spaces to convert the industrial behemoth into a mixed-use development, incorporating retail, leisure, commercial office and residential accommodation.
About the Speaker
David is an AABC Accredited Conservation Architect, Heritage Consultant and educator. He has worked on numerous listed buildings, Scheduled Ancient Monuments and World Heritage Sites in the UK and internationally.
David has worked on the £8 billion restoration of the Battersea Power Station site since 2013, acting as the Surveyor and Conservation Architect for the repairs of the building envelope and as Heritage Consultant for the wider development, overseeing proposals for the adaptive reuse of the building as well as planning and heritage matters within the wider site.
David formerly led the Conservation of Historic Buildings course at the Architectural Association, London and has lectured regularly on building conservation at other prominent educational institutes. David’s writings have been published in various UK national newspapers and journals, and he has featured on heritage-related Sky Arts and BBC television programmes.