Following last month’s sell out evening featuring Zaha Hadid and Lebbeus Woods the Building Centre is pleased to announce the second of the Store Street lectures.
Peter Cook hosts the second of the tri-weekly ‘Store Street’ discussions on Monday 20 November at 6.30 pm.
Odile Decq, well known to UK audiences for her Rome Museum and other projects will be joined by Didier Faustino who has intrigued and shocked visitors to the ‘Artists’ Space’ in New York and the Venice Biennale with such installations as ‘Love Me Tender’ concerned with space, corporeality, desire and dysfunction… and by Christophe Egret of the London office Studio Egret West, London’s most discussed French architect.
As with the first Store Street event with Lebbeus Woods and Zaha Hadid the evening will feature introductory visuals and an open discussion between all the speakers. The bar will be open throughout.
Tickets are £3 (includes 1 drink) and can be purchased in advance from The Building Centre Trust.
T: 020 7692 6208
Picture: Didier Faustino; Centre for Contemporary Art Extension, Kitakiushu, Japan 2005