Timothy Brittain-Catlin will be taking part in an evening of events and discussions at the RIBA in London to mark the current exhibition of designs by Stirling and Mies van der Rohe for the No 1 Poultry site in the City of London. The evening is entitled ‘RIBA Late: Less is more. Less is a bore?’ and offers a programme of talks, events, film and music from 6-10pm on Tuesday 28th March.
Timothy Brittain-Catlin is deputy chairman of the Twentieth Century Society, which led the successful campaign for the listing of James Stirling’s late masterpiece. His talk is entitled ‘James Stirling: Victorian Architect’.
Further details are available at https://www.architecture.com/WhatsOn/March2017/RibaLateLessIsMoreLessIsAbore.aspx. The event is free of charge and on a first come, first served basis.