Reimagining 60s London

Friday 20 April 2018

08:30-09:30 (registration from 8:00)

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

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Focusing on the reuse of buildings originally created in the 1960s, this breakfast talk explores the recent work behind two well-known London icons – the Smithson’s Economist Building and Seifert’s Centre Point – to see how interventions have refreshed these structures for modern lifestyles. Examining these two case studies, we will hear from key project team members on how the amendments were conceived and delivered.

This event forms part of NLA’s year-round Conservation & Retrofit programme, which showcases the most sympathetic and innovative approaches taken with the capital’s many listed buildings, major areas of regeneration and the successful juxtaposition of old and new, celebrating heritage in a growing and fast-changing city.

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Tim Bowder-Ridger, Senior Partner and CEO, Conran and Partners 
Deborah Saunt, Director, DSDHA 
Philippe Le Fort, Director – Acquisitions & Development, Tishman Speyer 
James Waite, Project Manager, Almacantar 
Mike Hitchens, Divisional Director, Pell Frischmann
Catherine Staniland, Director, New London Architecture (Chair)

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