This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 27th Apr 2018
As the iconic buildings turn 50, speakers tell us about their favourite 1960s building and why this period of architecture divides public opinion.
Hear from writers and architecture critics who have particularly close relationships to 1960s buildings as they explore inspired intentions and visions.
Queen Elizabeth Hall and Hayward Gallery were both built in the late 1960s as part of large-scale, public building schemes, which have come to signify a time of unprecedented development in London.
This debate is followed by a short discussion and time for audience questions.
Cost: Free of Charge
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No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.2018-04-27 2018-04-27 Europe/London What Did 1960s Architecture Do for Us? As the iconic buildings turn 50, speakers tell us about their favourite 1960s building and why this period of architecture divides public opinion. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/04/27/what-did-1960s-architecture-do-for-us-170354 Queen Elizabeth Hall,Belvedere Road,London,
Queen Elizabeth Hall,