Recent studies show that the majority of people prefer buildings based on classical or traditional languages as opposed to modernist architectural tradition.
Robert Patzschke, CEO of architectural firm Patzschke & Partner Architects, will give a guest lecture on the foundations of new classical architecture, and how it responds to the human need for beauty in built environment.
Patzschke & Partner Architekten is an award-winning architecture company, leading the rise of the new classical architecture in the 21st century. Their design for the Hotel Adlon, built at the heart of Berlin next to the Brandenburg Gate in 1997, is considered as the starting point for the new classical movement.
The lecture is co-organized by INTBAU Finland ry and the Urban Research Institute of the University of Helsinki, Urbaria.
The event will take place on 11th of July 4.40 - 5.30 p.m. in Porthania at the University of Helsinki (Yliopistonkatu 3).
The event is open to everyone. Welcome!
Additional inquiries: Marjo Uotila, Chairman of the Board, INTBAU Finland ry, firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +358 50 912 9012