Where Does Architecture Meet Planning?
21 February 2017, 5:30 pm–8:00 pm
Peter Hall Room, Central House
Piers Gough CBE is the “G" in the architectural practice CZWG.
He studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and qualified in 1971. He co-founded the practice Campbell Zogolovitch Wilkinson and Gough, (now CZWG), in 1975.
Piers made his name with his work in the redevelopment of the London Docklands, including Cascades Apartment Tower on the Isle of Dogs (1988) and Canada Water Library (2011). His work includes: Janet Street-Porter's house, Clerkenwell (1988); Crown Street regeneration, Glasgow (1991); Westbourne Grove public lavatories, Notting Hill (1993); Brindley Place Cafe, Birmingham (1994); Green Bridge, Mile End Park East London(2000).
Piers will describe some of the projects which have demonstrated his ability to design highly distinctive buildings in challenging locations and the part that planners have played in the process.
After his presentation there will be a discussion with the audience chaired by Prof. Peter Rees, followed by an opportunity for “networking” with refreshments.
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