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  • Peter COOK, ed., Drawing: The Motive Force of Architecture.
    2008

    Focusing on the creative and inventive significance of drawing for architecture, Drawing highlights the work of key contemporary figures who have, through their drawn work, affected the course of architectural thinking. Bringing this together is a chapter-by-chapter series of essays that broadly charts the forward movement and expansion of drawing iconography, techniques and methodologies. . . .

  • Hidden Orchestra
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    critics: SIr Peter COOK & Ricardo de OSTOS

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    Alice LABOUREL: The Ballet School project is an attempt to render subjective experience as objective reality. It recreates so-called actual / physical reality out of perceived reality—that is, to build the real from one’s experience. Architecture allows users to interact with, react to, and be stimulated by the spaces they inhabit. In addition, this architecture allows inhabitants to construct their own realities by filling in the gaps, like a child using his/her imagination.

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  • Peter COOK & Takaharu TEZUKA
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Architects Peter Cook and Takaharu TEZUKA lecture as part of a double bill this Thursday, May 23rd, 6.30 p.m. at The Bartlett School of Architecture. The first lecture, “20 Ideas in 30 Minutes,” will be given by Sir Peter Cook, and the second, “Nostalgic Future,” by Takaharu Tezuka (Tezuka Architects).

    Peter COOK, “20 Ideas in 30 Minutes,” & Takaharu TEZUKA, “Nostalgic Future.”
    Thursday, 05/23
    6.30–8.30 pm / Royal Ear Hospital, Ground Floor
    The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
    Capper Street (corner of Huntley Street)
    London, WC1E 6AP

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  • Peter COOK
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Peter Cook lecture series, “Zones of Investigation.” Lecture two, “Serious Zones: The Procedural, the ‘Correct’, the Sequential, the Referential.” The second of four lectures by Sir Peter Cook exploring a series of forays into the question of architectural inspiration. Tickets are free and can be reserved in advance online via Eventbrite. Please bring your printed ticket to gain entry to the lecture. Returns may be available on the door.

    Peter COOK, “Serious Zones”
    Wednesday, 01/16
    12.30–2.30 pm / Royal Ear Hospital
    The Bartlett School of Design
    Capper Street and Huntley Street
    London, W1CE 6JA

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  • Peter COOK
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    Peter Cook lecture series, “Zones of Investigation.” Lecture one, “Comfortable Zones: The Near, the Nostalgic, the Knee-jerk, the ‘Back Pocket.'” The first of four lectures by Sir Peter Cook exploring a series of forays into the question of architectural inspiration. Tickets are free and can be reserved in advance online. Please bring your printed ticket to gain entry to the lecture. Returns may be available on the door.

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    Peter COOK, “Comfortable Zones”
    Wednesday, 12/12
    7.30–8.00 pm / Christopher Ingold Auditorium
    The Bartlett School of Design
    UCL Chemistry Building
    20 Gordon Street, London, WC1H 0AJ

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  • Should buildings grow/adapt/repair themselves? And if so, why not?
    graz AUSTRIA

    Panel: “Should buildings grow/adapt/repair themselves? And if so, why not?”

    With: Peter Cook, Hans Frey, Urs Hirschberg, Peter Pakesch, & Wolfgang Tschapeller.
    Moderation: Marjan Colletti.

    Should buildings grow/adapt/repair themselves? And if so, why not?
    Wednesday, 05/09
    6.00 pm / HDA
    Haus der Architektur im Palais Thinnfeld
    Mariahilferstraße 2, 8020 Graz AUSTRIA

  • QUARANTENA
    san francisco CALIFORNIA

    SCI-Arc
    critic: devyn WEISER, guest advisor Sir peter COOK

    suckerPUNCH: Describe your project.

    robert GILSON:
    Anti-Air: Air or the invisible atmosphere that surrounds us can be activated as a kind of “anti-air.” Twenty four slaughterhouse workers have reported symptoms of extreme numbness and paralysis. Researchers find that brain mist, a microscopic industrial byproduct, can impair human motor functions when inhaled. The atmosphere was first understood to be a weapon at the 1915 battle of Ypres. German troops deployed chlorine gas to poison the environment of their Canadian opponents. Instead of harming human flesh the environment which sustains life was targeted.

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  • peter COOK
    london UNITED KINGDOM

    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.

    peter COOK
    “Stuff and Nonsense for Architecture,” Architecture and Education Series, organized by Mark Cousins
    Monday, 01/16
    6.00 pm / lecture hall
    Architectural Association (AA) School of Architecture
    36 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3ES

  • peter cook
    london UK

    peter Cook
    Friday 25 March 6:30 pm
    Achitecture Association
    6 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3ES