The Soane Annual Lecture is Sir John Soane's Museum's new signature public event that recognises architects, artists, writers and others whose work has broadened and enriched understandings of architecture and the built environment.
The inaugural lecture will be delivered by the distinguished Spanish architect, Rafael Moneo, who has devoted his career to teaching, writing and practice. Moneo’s career has embodied the idea of architecture as something that resides not just in the structure and the materials of a building, but in time and place, word and image, people and community. His most famous works include the National Museum of Art in Merida, the extension to Prado Museum in Madrid, and the City Hall in Murcia.
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