RIBA Cornwall/Cornwall Architectural Trust Lecture: Eric Parry
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The Cornwall Architectural Trust and RIBA Cornwall Annual Dinner and Lecture 2017: Eric Parry Eric Parry has developed a strong reputation for delivering beautifully crafted and high-quality contemporary buildings that respond to their context. His practice, Eric Parry Architects, is renowned for cultural projects involving sensitive historic buildings such as the restoration of the historic St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square and the highly acclaimed new extension for the Holburne Museum of Art in Bath, as well as several prestigious commercial projects in London’s City and West End including 1 Undershaft which will become the tallest building in the City of London crowning the new cluster of planned skyscrapers in the Square Mile. The practice’s work also include the Stirling Prize shortlisted schemes at 30 Finsbury Square and 5 Aldermanbury Square, One Eagle Place in Piccadilly and 8 St James’s Square – which broke UK’s rent record in 2015.
International projects include the residential schemes Damai Suria in Kuala Lumpur and the Westminster Nanpeidai in Tokyo for Grosvenor. The event will take place as follows: 18.00 Welcome Drinks 19.00 Introductions 19.10 The Cornwall Architectural Trust Lecture 20.30 Dinner 22.30 Depart This event is kindly supported by sponsorship from Ibstock and supported by RIBA South West.
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