Uncharacteristically bright January skies forecasted make this week one to wrap up and get out in the city. If your resolution was to get more involved in architecture and design, then make sure you get to this week's selection of talks and screenings.
Sir Peter Cook takes the stage for the first of The Bartlett School of Architecture International Lecture Series this week. Cooks speeches and talks are known for his amusing insights into the world of architecture and his charismatic communication of deep theoretical thoughts.
Patrik Schumacher leads this walk, whilst expolring the idea of pedestrianisation and our relationship with the street.
Winners of the 2016 Stirling Prize, among many other awards, Adam Caruso and Peter St John will be talking about the their experience with their practice, Caruso St John.
Embrace the crisp January air with a walk around the King's Cross neighbourhood with New London Architecture. The transformation of the area has been astounding, and the progression is visible on an almost daily basis.
Turncoats on the 26th is sold out, so make sure you book yourself onto
February's before it does the same. 'Classical Fantastical' is all about the
perception of contemporary classical architects, and the contempt often
directed towards them. Turncoats is known for its rowdy and bold debate format,
and is certainly not to be missed.
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