20 September 2010
At the Geological Society, Piccadilly
Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre, Limpopo, South Africa, 2008 by Peter Rich Architects Photo © Iwan Baan
South African architect, Peter Rich, is one of the leading proponents of a contemporary African architecture that fuses modernism with a tradition born from a deep understanding of African iconography and vernacular. In his lecture, he presents an array of projects that are deeply embedded in time and place promoting a truly sustainable architecture with a lasting legacy.
Geological Society, Piccadilly, W1; 6.30–7.45pm; £10/£5 reductions* (includes a drink)
Click here to listen to a podcast of Peter Rich's lecture.