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February 11, 2015 Comments Off on Sir Peter Cook (Archigram / CRAB Studio) to lecture in San Francisco in February Views: 3163 Events, Featured

Sir Peter Cook (Archigram / CRAB Studio) to lecture in San Francisco in February

Sir Peter Cook Will be lecturing at the Academy of Art University | School of Architecture on Thursday February 26th at 6:30pm 601 Brannan Street in San Francisco.

We will also be streaming the lecture live: https://speakers.academyart.edu/content/guest-speakers/live.html

Professor Sir Peter Cook RA has been a pivotal figure within the global architectural world for over half a century. He is the founder of Archigram, former Director of the Institute for Contemporary Art,
London (the ICA) and the Bartlett School of Architecture.

His ongoing contribution to architectural innovation was most recently recognized via the conferral of an honorary doctorate in April 2010, by the University of Lund, Sweden. Peter Cook’s achievements with radical experimentalist group Archigram have been the subject of numerous publications and public exhibitions and were recognized by the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2004, when members of the group were awarded the RIBA’s highest award, the Royal Gold Medal. In 2007, Peter was knighted by the Queen for his services to architecture. He is also a Royal Academician and a Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres of the French Republic.

Peter Cook has from the very beginning made waves in architectural circles, however, it is in the last few years that the construction of the Kunsthaus (AKA The Friendly Alien) in Austria has brought his work to a wider public, a process set to continue with the construction of the Vienna Business and Economics University’s new law faculty and Bond Univeristy in Australia’s new School of Architecture. Peter has also built in Osaka, Nagoya, Berlin, Frankfurt and Madrid.

The lecture is open to the public and free of charge.

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