"Concrete City: Brutalism and Preservation”
This one-day conference will re-examine the origins and influence of The New Brutalism, an architectural movement that dates from the 1950s to the early 1970s.
List of speakers and lecture titles
Adrian Forty, Professor, Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London - 'The Invisibility of Brutalist Architecture'
Simon Gunn, Professor, Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester - 'The Road to Brutalism: Urban Renewal and the Changing Material Fabric of Britain's Post-War Cities'
Barnabas Calder, Lecturer, Architecture Faculty, University of Strathclyde - 'Concrete and Mortarboards: Brutalism in Academia'
Elain Harwood, Senior Architectural Investigator, English Heritage - 'The Conservation of Brutalism: Contrasting Experiences in Universities and Housing in England'
Richard Longstreth, Director of Historic Preservation and Professor of American Civilization, American Studies Department, George Washington University - 'Buildings People Love to Hate'
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