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The guest lecturer for the 2014 Futuna Lecture Series is Swiss born, Irish educated and London based architect Niall McLaughlin.  He was awarded Young British Architect of the Year in 1998 and is a visiting Professor of Architecture at University College  London.  Niall will deliver three lectures in New Zealand in March 2014.  Lectures will be in Auckland Wednesday 19th March, Christchurch Thursday 20th March and at Futuna Chapel in Wellington on Sunday evening 23rd March 2014.

In July of this year Niall’s much lauded project, the Bishop Edward King Chapel at Oxford, was shortlisted for the Stirling Architecture Prize.  Read about Niall’s Chapel hereFor Stirling Prize short list see here. Niall’s Chapel was awarded the Gold Medal in the Wood Awards at the Worshipful Company of carpenters in London in November 2013.

15 CPD points for NZ registered architects have been confirmed.



Niall McLaughlin established the practice in 1991. Since that time they have grown to employ 24 people including two associates who have joined Niall in developing the practice. Niall McLaughlin Architects does not specialise in particular building types. It considers its specialism to be high quality architecture and enjoys having a broad range of projects in the office; from town master plans, to schools, health centres, community buildings, group housing, private residential houses, exhibitions, furniture and bandstands.


Ticket prices are as follows:

Registered Architects $ 15

Students $ 10

General Public $ 20

Ticket sales for all three lectures will be online at  Dashtickets.

Ticket sales opened on Monday 27th January 2014.

To register for an account, Dashtickets require the following from the ticket purchaser:
Email address
Phone number
Date of Birth
Tickets will be emailed to the purchaser.
Payment Charges:
If using credit card a fee of 2.5% per transaction applies.
If using Direct deposit option fee of $2 per transaction applies.

Thanks to Dulux NZ, Metalcraft Roofing, The Warren Trust and the Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington NZIA branches for supporting this lecture series.

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