The annual Lignacite Lecture is a chance for guests in and around London to come and hear a topical discussion from some highly respected faces in our industry at an architectural icon in central London.
|2017||Sir Jeremy Dixon, Peter Millican, Rob Harris||Exploring architecture and music||King's Place, London|
|2016||Eric Parry RA and Vivien Lovell||Collaborations in Art and Architecture||Royal College of Physicians, London|
|2013||Professor Doug King||Building on Evolution||The Royal Society in London|
|2012||Michael Pawlyn||Biomimicry and the Ecological Age||Royal College of Physicians, London|
|2011||Roger Hawkins, HAWKINS\BROWN
Julian Robinson, CROSSRAIL
|The CrossRail Journey||Royal College of Physicians, London|
|2009||Alex de Rijke - Architect
dRMM & Richard Woods - Artist
|Truth to Materials and Other Untruths||Royal College of Physicians, London|
|Crossing Borders||Royal College of Physicians, London|
|Colour is Communication||Tanaka Business School, Imperial College, London|
|2005||Sir Terry Farrell
Professor David Mach
|The Relationship between Art & Architecture||The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London|
Roger Ridsdill Smith
|High Society||30 St Mary Axe, London|
|Rules of Engagement||LSO St Luke's Church, London|
|Less is More||The Royal College of Surgeons, London|
|The Art of Work||The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, London|
|Web of Life||Leiths, London Zoo, Regents Park|
Lignacite is a family run company that has been around for 65 years. The company is firmly founded on old fashioned values without being stuck in the past. It strives to combine a keen eye for design, a love of materials and a view to the future.
With a desire to meet modern day requirements and to use natural, recycled and renewable products, Lignacite has become the market leader in innovations for concrete and facing masonry blocks.
Our aim is to work alongside designers, engineers and contractors to produce world class buildings for future generations.
Our products have been used in a number of iconic buildings, such as the Gherkin, Olympic Stadium, The Athletes Village, The Chapel (Blackpool’s new registry office) and both Heathrow and Stansted Airports.