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In Conversation: Tony Hunt and Maria Smith

Architecture on Stage

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A photo of the Sainsbury Centre for the Visual Arts, one of Tony Hunt's projects

Join engineer Anthony Hunt, one of the key figures in British high-tech architecture, in conversation with architect and engineer Maria Smith.

The engineer Anthony Hunt, founder of Anthony Hunt Associates, was a key figure in the development of High-Tech architecture.  His projects include Team 4's Reliance Control building, Swindon (1966), Foster Associates' Sainsbury Centre, Norwich (1978), and Grimshaw Architects' Waterloo International Railway Station (1993). 

In this onstage interview led by Maria Smith, founder of the architecture and engineering firm Interrobang, he will reflect on his life and career.

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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