Public lecture hosted by LSE Cities
Richard Rogers, one of the world’s leading architects and urban thinkers, discusses his life and work with architect Amanda Levete and director of LSE Cities, Ricky Burdett, Professor of Urban Studies at LSE, to celebrate the launch of his upcoming memoir and manifesto for a better society, A Place for All People.
Richard Rogers, founder of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, is a pre-eminent architect of his generation, whose approach to buildings is infused with his enthusiasm for modernism, love of life and strong sense of social justice. Richard and his partners, including Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, have been responsible for some of the most radical designs of the 20th Century, from the Pompidou Centre in Paris, to the Millennium Dome and the Lloyds Building in the City of London, to 3 World Trade Center, as well as airports, cancer care centres and low-cost homes.
This event is free and open to all however a ticket is required, only one ticket per person can be requested.