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100 Mile City and Other Stories

About

Peter Barber Architects was established in 1989 in studios built by the practice on a canal side wharf in the East End of London.

In 2002 the practice moved to a grade II listed Victorian print works which it has refurbished in King's Cross. 

They are an award-winning design-orientated practice with a portfolio of prestigious projects in Europe and the Middle East including a number of ground-breaking mixed-use and residential schemes, award-winning planning studies across the UK and individual buildings such as the Villa Anbar, twice short-listed for the international Aga Khan Award for Architecture. 

Peter Barber Architects was UK Housing Architect of the year in 2007 and 2011 and won the Royal Academy Grand Award for Architecture in 2015. In 2016, the practise’s Holmes Road Studios was the New London Architecture’s Overall Building of the Year and was one of the Guardian’s top 10 buildings (worldwide) for the year.

Anyone who wishes to join SSA members and guests for supper at Carluccio's restaurant in the Square following the talks is very welcome to do so. It's a good opportunity to reflect on the content of the talk and have a chat with the speaker.

Admission is be £3 on the door, with students are free of charge.