portal randkowy gorzów wlkp University of Bath, Saturday 4th November 2017 | 10:00AM – 5:15PM Edge Theatre, The Edge
Dortmund SEMINAR 2: ARCHITECTURE 13.45 – 15.00
Perspectives on built and un-built projects
Chair: David Turnbull, Director of ATOPIA
Panel: Peter Salter, Architect
Jonathan Mosley, Associate Professor of Architecture, UWE
David Casino, Architect
Fouad Samara, Principal, Fouad Samara Architects
Palmer A SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM INVESTIGATING THE LEGACY OF BRITISH ARCHITECTURAL PIONEERS ALISON AND PETER SMITHSON
Featuring leading international architects, artists and thinkers this symposium investigates the legacy and impact of British architectural pioneers Alison and Peter Smithson across urbanism, habitation and education.
Alison and Peter Smithson saw architecture as a direct result of a way of life, responsive to the demands of contemporary living. This approach permeated their designs for the University of Bath including the University theatre (1990) in which this symposium will take place.
The event also launches a re-print of PeterSmithson’s celebrated pamphlet Bath: Walks Within
the Walls from 1971.
Speakers include architects SIMON SMITHSON and PETER SALTER (2017 RIBA award winner and project architect for Alison and Peter), ASSEMBLE, KEITH BRADLEY (Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios), PETER CLEGG (Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios), Professor M.CHRISTINE BOYER (Princeton University, author of Not Quite Architecture), Professor DAVID TURNBULL (Cooper Union, ATOPIA Innovation), DAVID CASINO (PhD Architect), JULIET BIDGOOD (Urban Design Consultant, Curator of 70th anniversary meeting of CIAM at Bridgewater Arts Centre), Dr AMY FROST (Bath Preservation Trust), JAMIE EASTMAN (Director of Arts, University of Bath)
This event is designed to appeal to audiences with a specialist or broad interest.
DOWNLOAD PDF OF SCHEDULE HERE. Bios and full programme notes will be released shortly.
Tickets: £45 (including lunch and refreshments)
£30 Concessions (limited number available)
Event kindly supported by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios
Image credit: 6East, University of Bath c. Smithson Family Collection