If you missed any of our virtual events, you can buy a ticket to watch the recording of it below. All ticket proceeds go towards our campaigning to protect outstanding C20 buildings and design.
Dr Diane Watters will discuss Wheeler & Sproson (1954-1990) the Scottish architects who pioneered award winning site-sensitive Modern Movement urban renewal in Scotland’s historic burghs in the 1950s and 60s
Robert Proctor will give an overview of the work and significance of Sir Percy Thomas of Cardiff and his practice.
Ian McInnes will look in detail at the design and construction of the 1960s residential estates in Dulwich planned by the Dulwich Estate architect, Austin Vernon and Partners.
Elain Harwood will discuss Stout and Litchfield who were a small London-based practice founded in the early 1960s specialising in private houses and conversions, and later involved in the self-build movement.
The architect James Soane will talk about a 2014 refurbishment project for Crystal Palace. Formerly the Tracey House designed by Michael and Patty Hopkins completed 1978 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
This recording will be available until 10 June 2022.
The architect Peter Womersley (1923-1993) designed High Sunderland near Selkirk, Scotland for textile designer Bernat Klein in 1955. The architects Matt Loader and Iain King will talk about the recent restoration.
This recording will be available until 3 June 2022.
The architect Bruce Coldham will talk about the recent refurbishment of the house Serge Chermayeff (1900-1996) designed in 1962 for himself in New Haven, Connecticut.
This recording will be available until 16 May 2022.
Queer Spaces: An Atlas of LGBTQIA+ Places and Stories will be published by the RIBA in May 2022. The editors, and the authors, will talk about some significant C20 queer spaces and their remarkable stories.
This recording will be available until 9 May 2022.