Peter St John

Peter St John has a long association with London Met and will reflect on his teaching and how it has informed the nature of his practice. His interest is in the City, and architecture that communicates, full of open associations and interpretations of history. He will show his current projects in London and other European cities, comparing how these themes are explored in different contexts and building cultures.

Some of Europe's best architects run studios and units at The Cass. These architects lecture about their work all over the world but not often enough here at The Cass. The Home Works lectures put this right and invite you to celebrate and discuss the current work of the following practitioners and is chaired by Robert Mull and co-curated with Zoë Berman.  

Lectures from:

  • Florian Beigel and Philip Christou
  • DSDHA
  • Richard Cottrell
  • Peter St John
  • Geoff Shearcroft and Tom Coward
  • Tony Fretton

Location Central House, 1st floor CE1-16
59-63 Whitechapel High Street
London
E1 7PF
Date Tuesday 24 November, 6.30pm

Home Works: Lectures and talks

Changefulness

Tuesday 20 October 2015

This is a lecture by Florian Beigel and Philip Christou, one in a series of lectures titled Home Works.

DSDHA

Tuesday 27 October 2015

This is the second in a series of lectures titled Home Works, curated by Robert Mull and celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass

Geoff Shearcroft and Tom Coward/AOC

Tuesday 1 December 2015

The fifth in a series of lectures titled Home Works, co-curated by Robert Mull and Zoë Berman celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass.

Peter St John

Tuesday 24 November 2015

The fourth in a series of lectures titled Home Works, co-curated by Robert Mull and Zoë Berman celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass.

Richard Cottrell

Tuesday 10 November 2015

The third in a series of lectures titled Home Works, co-curated by Robert Mull and Zoë Berman celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass.

Abstraction and Familiarity, Tony Fretton

Tuesday 8 December 2015

The sixth in a series of lectures titled Home Works, co-curated by Robert Mull and Zoë Berman celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass.