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Loved by both modernists and the anti-boring brigade, Peter Barber’s carefully crafted housing projects continue to scoop architectural awards for the best in class. Pete will discuss his commitment to social purpose, to place-making, beauty and how he would solve London’s housing crisis.

Peter Barber worked with Richard Rogers, Will Alsop and Jestico+Whiles prior to establishing his own practice in 1989. He is currently a lecturer and reader in architecture at the University of Westminster. He has been invited by the Government to lead a discussion on "Designing for Better Public Spaces" with a team of top built environment professionals. In 2023 he was awarded the annual Soane Medal for Architecture and was made a Royal Academician. He received an OBE for services to architecture in 2021.

The talk is chaired by Peter Murray OBE, Temple Bar Trust, Chair

This event includes a complimentary networking reception with the speaker and audience members following the talk.

London’s favourite architect

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Event Type(s) Talks and Debates
Tickets / Admission £ 15.00
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Temple Bar More Info

Address: 1 Paternoster Row
Public Transport St Paul's


Temple Bar Trust

About Temple Bar Trust celebrates the architecture in the City of London through talks and walking tours, and supports greater diversity in architecture. The Trust manages Sir Christopher Wren’s Temple Bar, located on Paternoster Square.
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