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Book now for an Architectural Review lecture with EMBT’s Benedetta Tagliabue

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The esteemed architect and judge of this year’s AR Emerging Architecture awards, EMBT’s Benedetta Tagliabue, will give a lecture on Monday

On Monday 26 September Tagliabue will give an exclusive lecture at The Art Workers’ Guild. Benedetta is in London to judge the AR Emerging Architecture awards with Charles Holland and Valerio Oligiati.

Tagliabue is co-founder of Barcelonan practice Miralles Tagliabue EMBT, which works in the fields of architecture, public spaces, rehabilitation, and interior and industrial design. Among her most notable urban scale projects are Santa Caterina Market in Barcelona, the New Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, the Diagonal Mar Park in Barcelona, the University Campus of Vigo, the public spaces of the large area of revitalisation of HafenCity in the Port of Hamburg, the Park of Colours in Mollet del Vallès and the Gas Natural Building in Barcelona.

Her first project in Asia was the Spanish Pavilion at Expo 2010 Shanghai China which was awarded the RIBA International Best International Building of 2011 award.

AR Emerging Architecture Lecture

When: Monday 26 September, 6pm - 8.30pm

Where: The Art Workers’ Guild, 6 Queen Square London, WC1N 3AT

Book your tickets here!

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