19 March 2018
|Time:||6:00pm to 7:30pm|
|Location:||Robin Evans Room (M416), University of Westminster, Marylebone Campus, 35 Marylebone Road, London, NW1 5LS – View map|
About the talk
Composition and character are primary aspects of the art of architecture and determinants of the organisation, form and tectonics of buildings. Their consideration is fundamental to the practice of architecture. To demonstrate how these aspects have influenced and supported both finished buildings and competition designs, renowned architect Michael Wilford will describe his architectural objectives and the strategies he uses to achieve them, using drawings and photographs of a variety of projects developed over the last two decades.
There will be time for the audience to ask questions of the speaker both during the Q&A and informally after the event with refreshments and networking.
About the speaker
Michael Wilford, Partner, Michael Wilford Architects (Planning, 1967)
Michael Wilford is an architect of international renown, having designed prizewinning public and corporate buildings for governments, museums, universities, corporations and private patrons in Europe, USA, Middle East, South East Asia and Australia. For 35 years he was principal in an architectural practice based in London with satellite offices in Berlin and Stuttgart, Germany. He was in partnership with James Stirling for 21 years. Michael lectures throughout the world and has held Visiting Professorships at universities in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia. He is currently Visiting Professor at Liverpool University School of Architecture. His work is published internationally and the subject of numerous exhibitions, films, TV and radio programmes. In 2001 he was awarded a CBE for services to architecture.
Book your place
This event is free, but you must register your place in advance.