Shropshire Society of Architects

ERIC PARRY - SHROPSHIRE SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTS SPRING LECTURES

The final lecture of the Shropshire Society of Architects Sping Lectures will be the re-arranged talk by Eric Parry. Eric established Eric Parry Architects in 1983 and is renowned for cultural projects involving sensitive historic buildings such as the restoration of St Martin-in-the-Fields Church in Trafalgar Square and the highly acclaimed new extension for the Holburne Museum of Art in Bath. 

He has also worked on several highly prestigious commercial projects in London's City and West End, including Stirling Prize shortlisted schemes at 30 Finsbury Square and 5 Aldermanbury Square, and the recently completed One Eagle Place in Piccadilly.

All of the lectures will take place at Eat Up, Shearmans Hall, Milk Street, Shrewsbury and will commence at 7:00pm. 

Admission will be £3 on the door and students will be free of charge.

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