Design for Living: The C20 house - Space in the C20 House
Design for Living: The C20 house - Space in the C20 house
Lecture by Alan Powers
Thursday 9th November - Doors open at 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start.
The C20 autumn lecture series looks at what makes the C20 house so special, so different from what came before, to celebrate the publication in September of 100 Houses 100 Years, to which all the speakers contributed. The lectures will explore how the design of the C20 house was affected by changes in the outside world, building and domestic technology and living patterns. In addition, we will hear about the trends in housing at the end of the century and the relationship between architect and client. Lectures will be held on Thursday evenings at 6.30pm from 2 November to November 30th and the last lecture on Wednesday 6th December at the Gallery, 70 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EJ.
How did the spaces of the C20 house change in response to changing design and living patterns? Alan Powers will explore the interior of the modern house, looking at how new concepts of spatial flexibility - and the technology that supported them - enabled new ways of living.
Dr Alan Powers is a trustee and former chairman of the C20 Society and a specialist in twentieth century British art and design. His many books include Modern: the Modern Movement in Britain
100 Houses 100 Years is published by Batsford at £25 and will be available at a special discount at the lecture series. There will also be other publications available but we are only able to take cash on the evening.
Members £8.00 Non Members £10.00 Students £5.00 (glass of wine included in price)
The lecture series can also be booked as a complete series