Architecture

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For information about summer 2017 courses in Architecture please click here

This fourth course in the present series will examine how the ideas of Modernism have developed towards the present day, and will include examples drawn from a range of countries and cultures.

Term 1 will focus on early post war UK and European architecture. Term 2 will look at the architecture of the later 20th Century and early 21st Century. The course can be enjoyed by new students who have not attended in previous years.

Tutor:                Philip Boyle
Time:                Thursdays 2.30pm – 4.30pm
Dates:              Sept 22 – Dec 1 (half term Oct 27)
Jan 19 – March 30 (half term Feb 23)
Venue:              Gosling Room

Fees:                HLSI members £90 for a 10-week term
Non-members £115 for a 10-week term

While lectures are in series each lecture is formatted to stand alone and will
deal with a specific subject as listed below

Term 1                  Architect/Nationality

Week 1             Howell, Killick, Partridge & Amis, UK (1951-1961)
Week 2             James Stirling, UK (1926-1992)
Week 3             Denys Lasdun, UK (1914-1976)
Week 4             Barbican and CPB, UK (1949-1977)
Week 5             George Finch, UK (1930-2013)
Week 6             Fernando Tavora, Portugal (1923-2005)
Week 7             J A Coderch, Spain (1913-1984)
Week 8             Candelis, Woods and Josic, France (1913-1977)
Week 9             Herman Hertzberger, Holland (1932- )
Week 10           Jean Renaudie, France (1925-1981)

Term 2

Week 11           Mario Botta, Switzerland  (1943- )
Week 12           Alvaro Siza, Portugal (1933- )
Week 13           Norman Foster, UK (1935- )
Week 14          Alison & Peter Smithson, UK
Week 15           Sergison Bates, UK
Week 16           Rem Koolhaus (OMA), Holland
Week 17           Zaha Hadid, UK (1950-2016)
Week 18            Visit (City of London)
Week 19           Tony Fretton, UK (1945- )
Week 20           Lacaton & Vassal, France