‘As We Stroll Down Piccadilly’
25 September 2012
Professor Alan Powers, curator of Eros to the Ritz, examines the ways Piccadilly’s architecture reflects its role as a meeting place of different social worlds, and uses the street and its diverse architecture to explore questions of architectural criticism and judgement in the twenty-first century. Read more and book
Lectures by distinguished international architects each discussing their practice and approach to architecture through a number of fascinating projects.
Two informal evenings with Senior Academicians reflecting on their careers, plus Stanton Williams on their exhibition designs, including the RA's Bronze exhibition.
The Architectural Poetic: Beyond Representation
3 December 2012
Architecture can be manifested in other creative fields as image, metaphor or idea, in ways moving far beyond figurative representation. Michael Craig-Martin RA and the poet Mark Ford reflect on architecture’s poetic potential and how it features and functions in their work. Read more