Architects Peter Cook

    Academicism Lives On – Alvin Boyarsky, Caroline Tisdall, Peter Cook, Kenneth Frampton, Leon Krier

    Lecture date: 1976-11-29Alvin Boyarsky on the International Institute of Design, the 'academy', architectural education, and his own programme for the AA that puts him...

    Peter Cook – How to be an Old Architect

    Lecture date: 2009-02-04Peter Cook vehemently believes that there is a CULTURE OF ARCHITECTURE ITSELF that is neglected by academies since many teachers of architecture...

    Peter Cook discusses the rise of Archigram in the 1960s in exclusive Dezeen interview for VDF

    In the first of a series of video interviews with former members of Archigram for VDF, architect Peter Cook recounts how the influential avant-garde...

    Prof Sir Peter Cook: Nutters of the North

    Nutters of the NorthProf Sir Peter Cook, Architect, Professor and Writer Chair: Jeremy Melvin, Curator, World Architecture FestivalInvention and creativity inspired by the backdrop of...

    Symposium On The City – Part 6 – Peter Cook

    Lecture date: 1990-12-08Alvin Boyarsky Memorial EventA memorial event to the late Alvin Boyarsky, Chairman of the AA from 1971 to 1990. The city was...

    Peter Cook: Procedures, or, Some favourite things (March 9, 2011)

    After being introduced by John Enright, Peter Cook equates his inspirations to a child’s favorite toys, stressing the need to have fun, remain curious,...

    Peter Cook: 13 Ways of Thinking About Heteronomy Part 1

    13 architects, curators, historians and theorists share their thoughts on the status of architecture and new forms of alternative practice. 13 Ways of Thinking...

    Peter Cook: Hard & soft (July 15, 2009)

    Peter Cook describes a photograph of Gunnar Asplund's Paradise Cafe as the origin of his ambition to become a modern architect, and also the...

    Peter Cook (March 18, 2002)

    Michael Rotondi introduces Peter Cook, who discusses his current work in the context of his work with Archigram. Cook touches on the usefulness of...