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TALKS | The Evolution of London's Architecture (five lecture series)

  • 13 May 2017
  • 11:30 AM
  • 10 Jun 2017
  • 12:30 PM
  • The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT
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  • Book for all five talks - you pay for just four AND we'll give you one year's individual membership of the Society

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Discover how London’s architecture has evolved over time.

Join the Society for this informative series of Saturday morning talks with some of London's leading experts.

Here you can book for all five talks with the series discount - five talks for the price of four.
Non-members will get a year's individual membership of the Society as part of the package.

London is not characterised by any particular architectural style, as it has accumulated its buildings over a long period. This Saturday School series will help you to explore some of these styles, to identify the periods to which they belong, learn how to read the codes and to understand the design pedigree of the buildings that surround us. 

Covering architecture from medieval age right through to contemporary times, the sessions at the Saturday School are suitable for anyone with a love of London. The format is informal and no specialist knowledge is required.
Speakers are chosen for their expertise in each era and the talks will be fully illustrated. There will be ample time for discussion and questions afterwards.

Saturday, 13 May
Medieval London with Alec Forshaw 

Saturday, 20 May
Georgian London - with Prof. Geoffrey Tyack

Saturday, 27 May
Victorian London with Susie Barson (Historic England)

Saturday, 3 June
Post Modern London with Alan Powers

Saturday, 10 June
Contemporary London (speaker TBC)


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