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Lecture: London

24 February 湖北福彩精彩十分网点. Adam Caruso will be giving a lecture titled 'Architecture in the Historic Present,' as part of the Victorian Society's winter lecture series. The lecture will take place at the Art Workers' Guild at 6:30pm on 24 February. More information about the event and purchashing tickets can be found

Lecture: Zürich

Lecture: Zürich

23 January 湖北福彩精彩十分网点. Florian Zierer will be speaking at "Treffpunkt Gestaltung Im Handwerk," about the St Gallen Cathedral Chancel. This event is the sixth in a series of symposiums exploring traditional materials in contemporary architecture. It will be held at Schweizer Baumuster-Centrale Zurich, Thursday 23 January 湖北福彩精彩十分网点, at 18:00. Attendence is free, but registration is necessary. More information

Exhibition: Barbara Hepworth: Divided Circle

15th November 2019. Designed by Caruso St John, the Barbara Hepworth exhibition Divided Circle opens today at The Heong Gallery at Downing College, Cambridge. Formed as a reponse to the early Hepworth sculpture Two Forms (Divided Circle) visible from the gallery windows, the exhibition contains significant sculptural works from later stages in Hepworth's career. The exhibition is free to visit, open to the public, and will be open until 2nd February 湖北福彩精彩十分网点. More information can be found

Lecture: Bern

Lecture: Bern

5th November 2019. Adam Caruso will be presenting in the lecture series 'Architektur Analog,' run by Architektur Forum Bern. The lecture will begin at 19.00, and is open to the public. More information

El Croquis N. 201

El Croquis N. 201

21st October 2019. A second monograph dedicated to the work of Caruso St John Architects has been published by El Croquis. Following on from the - published in 2013 - the new volume features selected projects from 2013 to 2019 and can be purchased and at all good architecture bookshops.

Lecture: Hopkins in the City, London

Lecture: Hopkins in the City, London

17th October 2019. Marking the publication of the book Hopkins in the City, editors Adam Caruso and Helen Thomas present five urban projects by Michael Hopkins and Partners at the Barbican as part of the Architecture On Stage series. Tickets and further information

Competition: Tribschen, Lucerne

Competition: Tribschen, Lucerne

16th October 2019. Caruso St John Architects has won a competition for a new apartment building in central Lucerne. A new addition to the neighbourhood between Tribschenstrasse and Geissensteinring to the south-east of Bahnhof Luzern, the 5,700m2 scheme provides 143 apartments and retail space as well as a communal roof-terrace and underground parking. In keeping with the heterogeneity of the location, the design is not characterised by a single entrance or a primary façade. Rather, each facade is an individual gesture and reaction to different parts of the site.

Competition: Kinderheim Pilgerbrunnen, Zurich

Competition: Kinderheim Pilgerbrunnen, Zurich

16th October 2019. Caruso St John Architects has been awarded second prize in the competition to replace two apartment blocks at the Kinderheim Pilgerbrunnen social-housing development in Zurich-West. The design proposed a new building with a children’s 湖北福彩精彩十分网点, kindergarten and 43 affordable apartments centred around a communal courtyard. A delicate structure of balconies and walkways lines the inner facades, providing vantage points for the inhabitants to participate in the collective space of the courtyard.

Exhibition: Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art

Exhibition: Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art

4th October 2019. Into the Night, now open at the Barbican, explores the social and artistic roles of cafes, clubs and cabarets, featuring full-scale recreations of sites from around the world. Designed by Caruso St John, the exhibition was curated by the Barbican Centre in collaboration with the Belvedere, Vienna. It is open until 19th January, more information and tickets can be found  

Lecture: Montreal

Lecture: Montreal

7th October 2019. Adam Caruso will be appearing with Jan De Vylder in a roundtable discussion with Martin Bressani at McGill University's School of Architecture. The theme of the roundtable is "Peace, Love, and Understanding"; more information can be found