11 December 2009
In the Reynolds Room, a John Madejski Fine Room
The Royal Academy Library designed by H. T. Cadbury-Brown RA
MaryAnne Stevens, the Royal Academy’s Director of Academic Affairs, discusses the highly important architectural interventions in Burlington House over the last twenty years. Ranging from the late H. T. Cadbury-Brown RA’s Library and Print Room to Norman Foster RA’s award-winning Sackler Wing of Galleries, these projects demonstrate that excellence in new architecture can co-exist with, and contribute positively to, the fabric of a historic building.
6.30–8 pm;£10/£5 reductions (includes a drink)
This lecture series unveils the history of the Royal Academy’s home, Burlington House, with lectures and visits to hidden parts of the building.
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Events and Lectures, Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House, Piccadilly
London W1J 0BD
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