Penny Lewis

Penny Lewis is a lecturer at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen. She is a founding member of the AE Foundation (http://aefoundation.co.uk) and she writes for newspapers and architectural publications.

Her work includes; Challenging Contextualism (2004) and Curious Rationalism (2006). She is co-author of In Defence of the Dome (1999), and contributed a chapter to Future of the Community: Reports of a Death Greatly Exaggerated (2008).

Related Sessions
Saturday 19 October 2013, 1.30pm Cinema 3

Publications

Style: In Defence of Metabolism (Machine Books 2016)

Born this way?

"I have been doing the Battle of Ideas for a couple of years, but never before have I felt so heartened and so alive as the day ended. The spectacle of so many fascinating minds, none too proud to agree, none too modern to disagree, all at work on the most important questions of this rocky period: it's enough to make you believe there's hope for the species, yet."
Zoe Williams, columnist, Guardian; author, What Not to Expect When You're Expecting

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