Tuesday to Saturday, 10.00 - 17.00
Last entry at 16.30
Closed on Sundays, Mondays and bank holidays
Admission is free
A series of talks looking at style. In this second talk, author and historian Barnabas Calder defends Brutalism.
Brutalism is much maligned; its exposed concrete often called ugly or even offensive. But is this fair and can Brutalism in fact be seen as strong, practical and even thrilling? Here, Barnabas Calder champions the style.
Style: In Defence of... is a series of talks at the Soane Museum examining the content and context of style. Across six talks, in partnership with Machine Books and Future Cities Project, leading experts defend a style, confronting us with new ideas for contemplation and critique. Talks are followed by an audience discussion.
Doors open at 18:45. We are in a Grade I listed, 19th-century building, so access isn't straightforward. If you require step-free access or extra assistance, please contact us in advance of your booking on email@example.com or 020 7405 2107.