Architecture Talk: Christopher Lee (Serie Architects)
6 October 2016 | 4pm 6pm
Battersea, Gorvy Lecture Theatre
A presentation by Christopher Lee of world-renowned architectural practice Serie Architects.
Serie Architects, led by Christopher Lee, has gained a reputation designing distinctive and innovative buildings for education, research and culture. The practice is currently working on several high-profile educational and research based buildings internationally, among them the new School of Design & Environment, National University of Singapore. Currently under construction, it will be the first zero-energy building in the tropics, and features five distinct types of spaces that promotes innovation, collaboration and entrepreneurship. Serie’s work is known for its spatial intelligence, formal elegance and contextual engagement. The practice’s design intelligence is informed by Christopher Lee’s long involvement in teaching and research in Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Architectural Association School of Architecture.
Serie Architects is one of seven shortlisted practices for the RCA’s Battersea South competition. Christopher Lee was awarded Young Architect of the Year Award in 2010. The practice was winner in the World Architecture Festival Future Projects Award in 2015
Talks in the series:
Christian Kerez, Friday 30 September, 6pm
Ascan Mergenthaler, Herzog & de Meuron: Monday 3 October, 11am
Jeanne Gang, Studio Gang: Monday 3 October, 6.30pm
Christopher Lee, Serie Architects: Thursday 6 October, 4pm
Charles Renfro, Diller Scofidio + Renfro: Thursday 6 October, 6.30pm
Jean Philippe Vassal, Lacaton & Vassal: Monday 10 October, 6.30pm
Paul Robbrecht and Johannes Robbrecht, Robbrecht en Daem: Thursday 13 October, 6.30pm