Lecture: Peter Inskip
On Conserving Lutyens’s Heritage [working title]
Monday 3 June 2019, 6pm for 6:30pm-7:30pm
The Art Workers Guild, 6 Queens Square, Holborn, London WC1N 3AT
Synopsis to follow shortly.
PETER INSKIP MBE
Peter Inskip is based in London in the practice of Inskip Gee Architects whose projects have included the restoration of Chatsworth, Strawberry Hill, Moggerhanger, Waddesdon and several houses by Lutyens.
A particular interest lies in the relationship of buildings to their setting, resulted in their restoration of the landscape monuments at Stowe.
The use of conservation plans to guide the restoration of historic buildings of the recent past first developed with studies of the great commercial buildings of the 1920s by Edwin Lutyens, and was followed by work on Louis Kahn’s iconic buildings at Yale and the Salk Institute at San Diego.
Peter has served on the architectural advisory committees of the National Trust, the Heritage Lottery Fund, English Heritage and the Getty Foundation in Los Angeles. He is Honorary Artistic Advisor to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, and is a Trustee of DOCOMOMO-uk.
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