17 September 2013
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
66 Portland Place
Acclaimed architect Daniel Libeskind presents the 13th annual Stephen Lawrence Trust (SLT) Lecture at the RIBA.
One of the world’s foremost architects, Libeskind has been responsible for a range of award winning and highly controversial buildings such as the Felix Nussbaum Haus in Germany, The Jewish Museum in Berlin, The London Metropolitan Graduate Centre and the Imperial War Museum North in Manchester.
Winner of multiple RIBA awards, the National Arts Club of America’s Gold Medal and the first architect to win the Hiroshima Art Prize, his projects are often loaded with meaning and seek to reveal stories and raise issues outside of architecture. For Libeskind, buildings are a way to connect to the past and point other generations towards the future.
SLT presents an evening for everyone to rediscover the enjoyment of buildings and learning through Libeskind’s stimulating buildings and the thought provoking topics they raise. In this lecture he discusses his landmark works, current projects and future aspirations.
Lecture will be followed by SLT drinks reception.
Standard Ticket: £15
Advance booking essential
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