This is the second in a series of lectures titled, ‘Home Works’ curated by Robert Mull, celebrating the work of tutors at The Cass
As Unit Leaders at The Cass School of Architecture, DSDHA Directors Deborah Saunt and David Hills will reflect on their research both within teaching and practice, which has always spanned extraordinary scales between intimacy and infrastructure. They will ask how this has informed recent projects from their designs for bespoke individual buildings, like Davenies School in Beaconsfield and Corner House for Derwent London in Fitzrovia, through to macro-scaled urban strategies such as the redevelopment of the area surrounding the Royal Albert Hall and Albert Memorial and their emerging masterplan for Central Somers Town.
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 in The Cass. The Home Works lectures puts this right and invites you to celebrate and discuss the current work of the following practitioners, chaired by Robert Mull and co-curated with Zoe Berman.
- Florian Beigel and Philip Christou
- Richard Cottrell
- Stephen Taylor
- Peter St John
- Geoff Shearcroft and Tom Coward
- Tony Fretton
|Location||Central House, 1st floor lecture theatre CE1-16
59-63 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7PF
|Date||Tuesday, 27 October, 6.30pm|