This year’s International Women’s Day will be marked in Birmingham by a mini-exhibition, displaying the work of 15 influential female practitioners from across the West Midlands. The exhibition, which aims to celebrate women in architecture, will include work by Insall’s Architectural Assistant Libby Watts and will showcase our work at Moseley Road Baths, a Grade II* listed swimming-baths south of Birmingham city centre.
Libby, a Part II Assistant at our Birmingham office, has a wealth of experience working on projects that have made a contribution to the wider region – not only on the Moseley Road Baths but also the nearby School of Art, and even Berrington Hall in Herefordshire.
Moseley Road Baths is a landmark building which currently sits on the ‘Heritage at Risk’ register. We are carrying out a series of repairs to the roof, structure and masonry while undertaking a condition survey and maintenance schedule for the listed Birmingham site.
The event takes place on International Women’s Day, 8th March; to attend the event, register here.