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Architect of Stuttgart Library, Eun Young Yi, to speak in London

[DATE FOR THE DIARY] Architects will have a chance to both hear architect Eun Young Yi speak, see his work and pick up some CPD points at an event at St Katherine’s Dock, London on 25 April

Korean-born, German-based architect Eun Young Yi will be speaking in the UK for the first time about his signature buildings at an exclusive reception on Thursday 25 April hosted by GEZE UK.

Celebrating 150 years of GEZE, the event will include an exhibition of Eun Young Yi’s work, including the famous Stuttgart Library, as well as the opportunity for architects to pose their questions direct to him.

GEZE UK’s managing director Kaz Spiewakowski commented: “We are very proud to be welcoming Eun Young Yi to the UK and delighted that he will be speaking and exhibiting at our jubilee reception. I’m sure our guests will take the opportunity to learn from his presentation, as well as challenging him on his more controversial work during the Q&A session.”

Invitations to the event are strictly limited and architects interested in attending are advised to email the organiser Linda Thomas at l.thomas@geze.com. The exclusive drinks and canapés reception will be held on Thursday 25 April from 6.30pm at HMS President Landside at St Katherine’s Dock. CPD points are available.

This event is promoted by the AJ on behalf of GEZE

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