Shumi Bose, writer and academic, who teaches the M.Arch History and Theory module and runs Dissertation Group I: Design of the Deal at the University of Westminster will chair a panel discussion Mies&Stirling: Contemporary Reflections on the 21st March, 19:00, at the Royal Institute of British Architects.
The key figures involved in two of the most significant schemes of the 20th century in London will have an opportunity to give their account of the history of Mansion House Square and recently listed Number One Poultry. Panel members are Lord Peter Palumbo, architectural patron and commissioner of the Mansion House Square and Number One Poultry; Laurence Bain, project architect of Number One Poultry; Adrian Gale, liaison architect for Mansion House Square scheme; Gavin Stamp, architectural historian; and MJ Long, employee of James Stirling.
This event is part of the exhibition ‘Mies van der Rohe & James Stirling: Circling the Square’.
More information: https://www.architecture.com/WhatsOn/March2017/MiesStirlingContemporaryReflections.aspx