Thursdays, 2 April, 10am - 12.15pm, 9, 16 & 23 April, 10.30am – 1pm
Led by Dr Graham Whitham
British architecture from the end of the Second World War has been a toxic mix of artistic aspiration, practical expediency and political opportunism.
Using images, film and discussion, this course will examine the flawed and fraught story of how Britain was re-built during our lifetimes.
2 April Aspirations: From Silkingrad to the Sixties c.1945-60
9 April How we lived: domestic architecture c.1955-1990
16 April Architecture’s public face: commercial, civic and educational building c.1960-1990
23 April Where we are: architecture in the 21st century c.1990-2014
Tea and Coffee will be supplied in mid morning break
£48 for 4 sessions
£13 per individual sessions
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