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90 Years of British Architecture

Panel discussion chaired by John Goodall with drinks and canapés on arrival.

To celebrate the 90th Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II The City Centre is hosting a panel discussion as part of London Festival of Architecture reviewing and celebrating British Architecture during her lifetime. Chaired by John Goodall the Architecture Editor of Country Life the panel will also include Kenneth Powell author of New London Architecture, Rory Olcayto Chief Executive of Open City, The Royal Academy's Architectural Programme Curator Owen Hopkins and Historic England's chief buildings investigator Elain Harwood. Each will take a different period of the Queen’s lifetime from the historic buildings of her pre-war childhood to visionary post-war design, later post-modernist innovations in the 1980s and the rebirth of the Skyscraper in the 21st Century.


Dr John Goodall | talks


Date and Time:

15 June 2016 at 6:45 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



The City Centre
80 Basinghall Street
+44 (0)207 6008 362

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£35 (£28 Concession)

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Additional Information:

18.45 drinks and canapés reception for a 19.30 start. Event ends 21.00

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