Over: Richard Rogers
The variety of Talks with 25% Design and style during the London Layout Festival is whetting our appetite for design and style debate. The first day of talks on Wednesday 18th September is targeted about architecture. Headlining the architecture programme will be Richard Rogers in conversation with Icon magazine’s Christopher Turner.
Richard Rogers will be speaking about his function and architectural achievements, to coincide with the Architect’s 80th Birthday and the Royal Academy exhibition celebrating his operate, Richard Rogers RA: Within Out.
Over: Peter Murray
At lunchtime on the day, Peter Murray, architect and chairman of the New London Awards (NLA) at London’s Centre for the Constructed Atmosphere and will be presenting a variety of the winning and commended projects from the awards this yr.
Additional speakers at the event contain David Kohn of David Kohn Architects Joe Morris from Duggan Morris Architects Paddy Dillon of Haworth Tompkins, and far more.
Over: Tom Dyckhoff
Architecture critic and television presented Tom Dyckhoff will be chairing the debate: Do Prizes Even now Make a Distinction? Dyckhoff was a judge on this year’s Stirling Prize and will be discussing the optimistic or damaging impact of these prizes on architecture, architects and our communities.
Joining him will be Peter Murray, chair of New London Architecture architects from Stanton Williams, winners of the 2012 RIBA Stirling Prize, and Laura Dewe Matthew, who won the Architects’ Journal ideal small venture prize.
Other talks on the Architecture day will be Eric Parry discussing the use of ceramics in style Social Housing – Past, Existing and Future, and Benjamin Hubert will be discussing his studio’s strategy to industrial Design and style.
25% Style, Earl’s Court London, 18-21st September 2013