Lecture date: 2000-03-18
Gottfried Semper was the most important German architectural theorist of the nineteenth century. The originality and breadth of his approach were both supported and contested by the architects of Modernism.
This conference, chaired by Mark Cousins, examines the renewed interest in Semper’s seminal arguments.
Andrew Benjamin – Untitled.
Bernard Cache – Untitled
NB: Questions from audience are difficult to hear during each Q & A.