This Monday evening lecture series coordinated by Mark Cousins asks invited speakers to introduce a broad field of architectural issues and issues of architectural education. The point is not to argue for some particular view but to describe the plurality of views within architectural discourse so that the audience becomes more aware of the choices open to them in terms of the central issues of architectural debate. Peter Cook’s is the first lecture in the series.
“Stuff and Nonsense for Architecture,” Architecture and Education Series, organized by Mark Cousins
6.00 pm / lecture hall
Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture
36 Bedford Square
London WC1B 3ES