Philip Christou “Poetic Transformations of Topography”
This was the last in The Living Memory of Cities, a seminar series convened in collaboration with Eric Parry Architects and the Centre for Urban and Built Ecologies (CUBE), London Metropolitan University. The series concludes with Philip Christou’s presentation entitled “Poetic Transformations of Topography”.
Philip Christou is Professor Emeritus at London Metropolitan University where he taught architectural design with Florian Beigel from 1985 to 2017. He lives in London and has worked with Florian Beigel Architects (FBA) and the Architecture Research Unit (ARU. Est. 1974) since 1985. He was born in Alberta in Western Canada, studied Art History at McGill University, Montreal, and Fine Art at the University of Lethbridge and the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax, Canada, before studying architecture at the Architectural Association in London.