2000.7 Lecture: Architecture in the Historic Present

Monday 24 February 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM

Price for single attendee: £11.00

Adam Caruso co-founded Caruso St John in 1990, a practice known for its thoughtful work on historic buildings as well as the design of new buildings across Europe. Their Newport Street Gallery, designed for Damien Hirst’s collections, won the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2016, and their masterplan and re-structuring of Tate Britain has transformed visitors’ experience of the building. Adam Caruso has been Professor of Architecture and Construction at ETH Zurich since 2011, and has written about the 19th-century architects, Peter Ellis and Louis Sullivan, as well as post-war European practitioners like Asnago Vender and Rudolf Schwartz. At the Art Workers' Guild, 6 Queen Square, London WC1N 3AT. Tube: Holborn or Russell Square. £11.

 


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2000.7 Lecture: Architecture in the Historic Present


Event code: 2000.7

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