Temple Bar Talks

An engaging and stimulating programme of talks about diverse subjects concerning the built environment covering architecture, planning, transport, history, art and economics in the City of London aimed at visitors, the City community, young people and built environment professionals.

Forthcoming Talks

Below are evening talks which are being planned for the  2023 season of talks.  Keep an eye out for when details are released.
Monday, 6 November – Fiona Scott and Jay Gort, Directors, Gort Scott, architecture and urban design practice.
Monday, 20 November – Rory Coonan, former director of architecture at the Arts Council of Great Britain, and honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

Inspiring Future Generations

Inspiring Future Generations

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.Victoria Thornton OBE Hon FRIBA, Founder of the Thornton Education Trust will present the different approaches and initiatives the Trust is advancing to stimulate collaboration and knowledge sharing, and encourage […] Read More »
Sergison Bates architects
Join The Architects’ Company each month as they visit leading architectural studio’s around London. For our Practice Visit this month we will be heading to Sergison Bates.These monthly events are […] Read More »
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John McElgunn, Senior Partner, RSHP discusses the importance of the diagram, industrial craftsmanship and the desire to give something backUsing a number of themes, John will talk about some of […] Read More »
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Neil Pinder, architectural educationalist, discusses his groundbreaking work to improve access to architecture and the creative industries.Neil has taught product design and architecture for over 25 years in inner-city London […] Read More »


Engaging speaker with a wealth of knowledge and a delivery that made you feel you were being talked to rather than lectured at. Really good .

Previous attendee of Alison Woolard Talk

Overall – excellent lecture – the graphics and photographs which were also excellent

Previous attendee of Pat Langford Talk

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