14 May 2007
Geological Society, Piccadilly, W1; 6.30–7.30pm; £10/£5 students (incl. drink) or £50/£25 (students) for the series of six lectures
For information or to book:
Telephone 020 7300 5839
Fax booking form to 020 7300 8013
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Events and Lectures, Royal Academy of Arts
Burlington House, Piccadilly
London W1J 0BD
*Reductions are available for students, jobseekers and people with disabilities with recognised proof of status.
More explicitly than his peers, Scott incorporated technology into the Gothic Revival. He helped to give an architectural face to the massive engineering infrastructure which came with 19th-century urban expansion, leaving his mark at St Pancras Station and Whitehall. Architectural historian Gavin Stamp, author of several works on Gilbert Scott, looks at the life and times of this architect.
Supported by SMC Group Plc.