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Boundaries in time, place and material - with Eric Parry RA: recorded lecture

We are delighted that this year's Thomas Sutton Lecture is an online presentation by eminent architect Eric Parry RA, MA (Cantab), MA (RCA), AADipl, RIBA. Eric Parry, with his practice, Eric Parry Architects, was commissioned back in 2014 to take on the major HLF-funded project of opening up the Charterhouse to the public for the first time, creating a new entrance, reception, museum and learning centre which complemented the ancient architecture here, and created a compelling and engaging visitor experience.

 

This is a sequel to Eric Parry's lecture last year as part of the London Festival of Architecture, exploring the theme of 'Boundaries'. Eric Parry focuses on the intentions for the 'Revealing the Charterhouse' project, both social and architectural. One boundary that is illustrated, with reference to the Charterhouse and other examples, is the questions of responding to important historical contexts.

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We are delighted that this year's Thomas Sutton Lecture is an online presentation by eminent architect Eric Parry RA, MA (Cantab), MA (RCA), AADipl, RIBA. Eric Parry, with his practice, Eric Parry Architects, was commissioned back in 2014 to take on the major HLF-funded project of opening up the Charterhouse to the public for the first time, creating a new entrance, reception, museum and learning centre which complemented the ancient architecture here, and created a compelling and engaging visitor experience.

 

This is a sequel to Eric Parry's lecture last year as part of the London Festival of Architecture, exploring the theme of 'Boundaries'. Eric Parry focuses on the intentions for the 'Revealing the Charterhouse' project, both social and architectural. One boundary that is illustrated, with reference to the Charterhouse and other examples, is the questions of responding to important historical contexts.