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Peter Cook – Experiencing Architecture

Peter Cook – Experiencing Architecture

20 February - 13 March 2015

Sir Peter Cook RA will give three lunchtime lectures at The Bartlett School of Architecture on the experience of both built and conjectural architecture from three angles.
Edward Denison - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

Edward Denison - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

02 March 2015

Until recently, conventional architectural history has asserted that Modernism was of the West and the past century has seen the world become progressively westernised. These assumptions are seen as increasingly inconsistent with global experiences and are being challenged, particularly by scholars from the ‘non-West’. This lecture reexamines the conventional narrative ...
Frida Escobedo – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Frida Escobedo – Bartlett International Lecture Series

04 March 2015

Mexican architect Frida Escobedo will present a body of projects that stand plainly for what they are: raw, clarified, left open to physical transformation and cultural differentiation. Departing from Modernism’s astylar construct ...
John Levak Drever – Designing for Sound

John Levak Drever – Designing for Sound

05 March 2015

A discussion on recent work in soundscapes and urbanism in London and Hong Kong, asserting the crucial role that composition can play in urbanism. Operating at the intersection of acoustics, sound art, soundscape ...
Un-Learning from Lynch: Cinema and Architecture in the Alley Behind the Market Place

Un-Learning from Lynch: Cinema and Architecture in the Alley Behind the Market Place

11 March 2015

How might the work of the American film director David Lynch speak to contemporary urban and architectural concerns?
Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Mette Ramsgaard Thomsen – Bartlett International Lecture Series

11 March 2015

Computation challenges our material traditions. Rather than understanding materials as categorised and static – the computation and calibration of material behaviour allows us to understand and design for the performative aspects of materials.

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Peter Bishop - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

Peter Bishop - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

16 March 2015

We plan cities within an environment dominated by vested interests, conflicting agendas, power and politics. Built form is brokered as much as it is designed. Underneath the visible physical fabric of the city ...
Peter Testa – Bartlett International Lecture Series

Peter Testa – Bartlett International Lecture Series

18 March 2015

The digital paradigm is shifting from the Euclidean space of computer modeling tools to a post-medium condition characterised by the layering of workflows and technologies of mixed resolution. The work of Testa/Weiser ...
Nina Vollenbroker - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

Nina Vollenbroker - Situating Architecture Lecture Series

23 March 2015

This talk considers what kind of spatial knowledge might be produced through a scholarly lens focused not on stasis and permanence but on movement and contestation.