Talk: Louisa Hutton

  © Theory of Architecture

The Department of Architectural Theory and Research cordially invites you to the lecture by Louisa Hutton on Thursday, September 8. The lecture will take place at 7pm in the R5 on the first floor of the Reiff Museum. We look forward to a discussion afterwards. 

Luisa Hutton founded the office sauerbruch hutton in London together with Matthias Sauerbruch in 1989, which has been based in Berlin since 1993.  Previously, she studied at the University of Bristol and the Architectural Association London, where she also taught. From 2005 to 2010 she was a visiting professor at the Harvard School of Design. Louisa Hutton is a Trustee of the Erich Schelling Architecture Foundation, an Honorary Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, and a Royal Academician since 2014. 

The lecture is part of the symposium "Experimental Architecture & Material Culture" to which you are also cordially invited. Under this link you can find the detailed program of the day and register for events: