Amin Taha, Groupwork at KAF x 12

Amin Taha was born in Berlin and is settled in London, after graduating from the University of Edinburgh he worked in the offices of Zaha Hadid before setting up in private practice. He is chairperson at GROUPWORK, teaches architecture at the Royal College of Art, GSD_Harvard and its cross over into engineering at University College London. He is also a trustee at the Sir John Soane Museum and chair of the annual Soane Medal jury. 


GROUPWORK is an employee ownership trust of architects in which all are partners sharing responsibilities and income. This ethical foundation is followed through the work by understanding and apply structural, embodied carbon as well as lyrical properties of materials and broader social possibilities in architectural programs. Completed buildings going onto be three times selected and short-listed for the RIBA Stirling Prize and characterized by Rowan Moore, The Guardian and Observer architecture correspondent as “poetry through material assembly”.

Amin’s lecture will be held at Kino Armata on Wednesday 3rd of July 2024 from 20.00.

Lectures News
23 Jun 2024

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