Supporting architectural education and nurturing careers.
Temple Bar is the gateway between Westminster and the City of London, designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1672. It has a fascinating history, having been situated in three locations. The chamber room above the arch is where drinks receptions are held and the atmospheric room is available for hire.
Temple Bar Trust collaborates with schools, educational organisations and colleges to encourage and foster interest in the built environment, providing opportunities for a diverse audience of pupils and students.
Heads of Schools of Architecture
Colleges and educational organisations are invited to contact Grant Smith, Education and Outreach Officer about visits, workshops and talks aimed at students.
Pizza and Beer Nights
Temple Bar holds regular evenings with guest speakers from established architectural practices talking to architectural students. Students have the opportunity to meet the speakers and gain insights into their career journey. Advice and help is always available at these sessions.
Talks and Events
Temple Bar holds regular events, in the form of talks. Walks and films themed around architecture, which students enjoy a heavily discounted rate to attend. All the details are published on both the WCCA website and www.templebar.london