Ahrends Burton Koralek
Architecture Evening Event
4 November 2013
In the Reynolds Room, a John Madejski Fine Room
Berkeley Library, Trinity College, Dublin, 1967 by Ahrends Burton Koralek. Photo courtesy ABK/Architectural Association Photo Library
Redcar District Library, Yorkshire, 1971 by Ahrends Burton Koralek. Photo courtesy ABK/Architectural Association Photo Library
ABK was founded by fellow Architectural Association graduates, Peter Ahrends, Richard Burton and Paul Koralek RA
in 1961, after winning a competition to design the Berkeley Library at Trinity College, Dublin. The practice went on to become one of late-twentieth-century Britain’s great architectural forces, renowned for their inventive, empirical approach to modernism. In this special evening the three partners discuss ABK’s ethos and reflect upon its achievements.
£12 / £6 reductions (students, jobseekers and people with disabilities)
Any returned or cancelled tickets will be sold on the door of the event from 6pm.
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