Are you curious about the steps taken by architects to bring their ideas into realization? Join Sarah Moylan on the first of April at the The Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design as she explores aspects of contemporary architecture including the chronological development of a building, the importance of building client relationships, and the composition of strategic business plans and fee proposals.
Sarah Moylan, head of Business Development at MVRDV, has played an essential role in a myriad of projects extending across the United States, the UK, EMEA, and the Netherlands. Her professional experience has allowed for her to lend remarkable strength and a unique perspective to her team in the decisive pursuit of ambitious goals and the forging of crucial connections. Her leadership and guidance has allowed her team to draw potential clients and collaborators into connection with MVRDV to realize exceptional projects across the globe.
The Berlage Center for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design, part of the Delft University Technology’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, allows for architects to learn, grow, and experiment in a highly experimental and collaborative environment. It offers guided study and input from leading and emerging designers and scholars, along with a rich public program of lectures and exhibitions. The Berlage Sessions, a seminar series entitled “Into Completion”, delves into the global expansion of large-scale architecture firms, building optimization and design, and the components of realising contemporary architecture.
- Date & time: April 1 - 12:45 (CET).
- Location: TU Delft’s Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Berlage Zaal 1.
- A link to watch will be available here shortly before the start of the event.