Architecture Fringe 2019
In Real Life

Big Lecture

Architect Peter Barber reflects on his work and practice in relation to the provocation for this year’s Architecture Fringe, In Real Life, [IRL]

Architecture Fringe Core Programme

FRI 21 June 2019
Door open 6:30pm / talk 7pm-9pm / reception 9pm-11pm
£20 / £15 / £5 / £0


The Fruitmarket Gallery
45 Market Street
Edinburgh EH1 1DF

Join us for the ‘Big Lecture’ and final core programme event - with drinks and conversation afterwards

Architect Peter Barber is one of the UK’s leading contemporary urbanists with an award-winning practice based in King’s Cross, central London. Established in 1989 Peter Barber Architects is renowned for high-quality, high-density housing with numerous ground-breaking mixed-use and residential schemes, planning studies and individual buildings across the UK. The practice’s varied portfolio of work is underpinned by a consistent commitment to radical solutions and excellence in design. Peter’s central approach to work is that architecture can create the potential for social action and activity; that we are shaped by the space that surrounds us and in turn that space is conditioned by society and wider culture.



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