The Milo Lecture: Lutyens in the City of London

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While Sir Edwin Lutyens (1869 - 1944) is perhaps best known for his grand country houses, The Cenotaph in Whitehall and New Delhi in India, he also designed many major buildings in the City of London: Britannic House; the former Midland Bank HQ; and the former Reuters building, while the Mercantile Marine Memorial on Tower Hill is one of his finest.

In this guest lecture, Dr Mervyn Miller - Master of The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects and a Trustee of The Lutyens Trust - examines Lutyens's work in the City in the context of a prolific career, fluctuating critical responses to his classical values and shifting attitudes to his work over the past 70 years.

Hosted by The Worshipful Company of Chartered Architects (WCCA).

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£18 
Students: £15 
Price includes refreshments

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