Spring Lecture #1: The Hill House

Spring Lecture #1: The Hill House

The modernist masterpiece 'in a box'

Date: 
05/03/2020 - 05/03/2020
REF: 

SL1/20

Audience: 
General Interest, CPD, Leisure Learning
Location: 
St Botolph's Church Hall
St Botolph Without Bishopsgate,
EC2M 3TL, London
United Kingdom
Price: 

SPAB Member £11 pp
Non-member £12 pp

Event details

SPAB Spring Lecture Series 2020: Contemporary Conservation Challenges

Join us for this series of talks exploring a range of fascinating conservation projects and initiatives that present particular challenges in terms of their materials, scale, location, sensitivity or technical complexity.

The Hill House, Helensburgh
A modernist masterpiece 'in a box'

Presented by Bryan Dickson (Head, Building Conservation Policy - National Trust for Scotland)
5 March 2020, 18:15 - 20:30

The Hill House, Charles Rennie Macintosh's pioneering modernist house, built for Glasgow publisher Walter Blackie in 1903 using cutting-edge materials, has not withstood Scotland's weather well. Bryan Dickson will describe the NTS's approach to repairing the building, including allowing it to dry out within a temporary protective steel mesh box, designed by Carmody Groarke.

Venue: St Botolph's Church Hall, Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3TL. The church hall is located behind St Botolph without Bishopsgate Church, which is less than a two minute walk away from Liverpool Street station (turn right out the Bishopsgate exit).

The lecture will be followed by an informal drinks reception.

 

Image credit: John Dehlin

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