26 November 2007
Aldermanbury Square, London, 2007 by Eric Parry Architects
Eric Parry’s architecture takes the animation and confusion of urban life and distils it to a clearly framed statement. His work is predicated on a tectonic integrity that searches for and celebrates a tangible sense of urban presence – creating an intelligent interplay that explores a building’s relationship to its urban setting. Recently elected Royal Academician Eric Parry illustrates these ideas using recent workplace and education projects.
Geological Society Lecture Theatre, Piccadilly, W1; 6.30–8pm