EVENT - Talk
Saturday, 10 June, 11:30 - 12:30
Where, why and how? London's architecture today (and tomorrow)
Chris Rogers, architectural historian and author of books including the newly-published 'How to Read London: a crash course in London architecture', sets out some of the key factors shaping contemporary developments in the capital. Recent and emerging schemes will be examined, a few predictions given as to the future and the suggestion made that location, density and governance might be at least as important as style as London continues to evolve.
In partnership with The Built Environment Trust