Spotlight on modernist architecture – Denys Lasdun’s legacy

Modernism was the breakthrough design style of the twentieth century, bringing with it a new way of thinking about the function of buildings and the people who occupy them.
Join Ted Cullinan, architect and former colleague of Denys Lasdun, Dr Barnabas Calder, architectural historian and Suzanne Waters, RIBA for a talk and discussion charting the chronology of Lasdun's career, influence and lasting legacy. The panel with also take a look into Lasdun's substantial archive of drawings, photographs and correspondence to discuss successful, little-known and unrealised projects that highlight the British architect's unique ways of working.


June 13, 2018

19:00 - 20:30

Admission: £8 (concessions £5)

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Image: English Heritage


Royal College of Physicians Museum

11 St Andrews Place, Regents Park NW1 4LE