The Architecture Foundation
Phineas Harper is a designer and critic. Before joining the Architecture Foundation he was Deputy Editor of the international architecture magazine, the Architectural Review where he still serves on the editorial board. He has written widely on politics and design including for the Architect’s Journal in London, ArchDaily in Santiago, Uncube in Berlin and is currently contributing to an exhibition of Belgian architecture opening in Paris. He recently co-curated the Doughnut, the first festival of Outer London with Ellis Woodman and Will Self. His latest project, Turncoats, a series of explosive debates with a subversive new format created with Dean of the CASS Robert Mull and architect Maria Smith launches later in October.
DEBATING MATTERS HISTORY
Thursday 27 June:
Oxfordshire Championship at Oxford Union, in partnership with Magdalen College School and Oxford Festival of Arts
Friday 5 July:
North East Championship at Durham Sixth Form Centre
Find a list of all our previous championship events here.
SUPPORT DEBATING MATTERS
Bernie Whelan, our DM coordinator, is raising money for Debating Matters.
To stage one of our Championships for six to 12 teams costs £6,000. Find out more on Bernie’s
Wonderful fundraising page.