Architecture on Stage: Angela Deuber

Photo of building in black and white by Angela Deuber

Award-winning Swiss architect Angela Deuber joins us to talk about her recent projects.

‘To create and to construct need to be inseparable, as architects we have a great responsibility within our society that we need to take more seriously.’

Based in the Alpine city of Chur, Canton Grisons, Deuber’s office started with the conversion of a late medieval house (2010) and has continued to create projects of significant tectonic presence, including the School building in Thal, Canton St. Gallen (2013) and the House on the Outer Hebrides, Scotland (2013). Here she will will present the themes of her architecture based on analytical drawings and recent projects.

The Architecture Foundation, in association with the Barbican, presents Architecture on Stage – a programme of talks by the world's leading architects.


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