Past Event

Past Historic, Future Perfect

15 Feb 2016

How should we approach designing new buildings and adapting old ones? Should architecture imitate the past or speak unequivocally of our own time? 

Hosted by Brighton College, which has a distinguished history of architectural patronage and adaptation, David Robson of The Regency Society of Brighton and Hove discusses the sensitivities of the built environment with Eric Parry and Richard Griffiths who have recently completed projects in the College, and with Peter Clegg, the architect responsible for the masterplan for the Royal Pavilion Estate.

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