Sir Peter Cook - Bartlett International Lecture Series
6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, 10 January 2018
The Bartlett School of Architecture
The Christopher Ingold Auditorium (accessed through The Bartlett School of Architecture), 20 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AJ
"In this lecture, Peter Cook unlocks ‘Pandora’s Box’ and discovers and re-discovers some strange artefacts, before his thoughts lead to other artefacts ….and drift into a reverie. The next discovery in Pandora’s Box might be a forgotten item that - in turn - leads to further reveries. Towards the end, he shuts the Box and returns to new territories that - on reflection - can only be the wayward product of the reveries. The basic theme is that artefacts can be as powerful (if not more powerful) instigators of architecture than abstracts."
Sir Peter Cook is the visionary founder of Archigram and CRAB Studio, and former Chair of The Bartlett School of Architecture.