‘Power and Architecture’ is a season that explores the design of the built environment and its use as a device of influence, both physically, characterising the skyline, and psychologically, in relation to the people who live in its shadow. The season comprises four main interlinked elements: a conference and a number of related talks; an exhibition of new and existing work presented in four parts; and a series of architectural workshops connecting London and Prague.
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