Robert Adam talks about 'The Modernity of Tradition' at The Glasgow School of Art, 8th November 2013
Robert Adam's talk at 'Reconsidering Postmodernism' conference in New York, 2011. Co-sponsored by the schools of architecture at the University of Notre Dame and University of Miami. An historic event in New York city gathering the founding members of the postmodernism movement. Film produced by Checkerboard Film Foundation and Institute of Classical Architecture and Art.
August 2011: The British Council and the Future Cities Project organised The Principled Architect, a debate on the subject of ethics in architecture. The panel included four speakers – Robert Adam, Kevin Lloyd, Ines Weizman and Karl Sharro all of whom offered their different viewpoint before discussion was opened up to the floor. The full debate can be seen on the British Council website http://backoftheenvelope.britishcouncil.org/2011/sep/06/watch-principled-architect-online/
Classicists Race against Time at Bloomberg for TEDx talks event where they were guest speakers. 27th April 2012. Film by Ben Moore from artbelow on Vimeo.
Drawing by George Saumarez Smith at the Architectural Foundation, London on the 3rd November 2011. The drawing took 8 hours to complete and is compressed into 4 minutes. The drawing is of a frieze from a Greek myth known as 'The Legend of The Winnowing Fan' from the front facade of The Richard Green Gallery, 33 New Bond Street in London, designed by George. Film produced by Ben Moore.
Robert Adam talks about 'Defining Tradition' at a debate organised by the Traditional Architecture Group in June 2010 at University of Notre Dame in London - Part 1 of 2
Robert Adam talks about 'Defining Tradition' at a debate organised by the Traditional Architecture Group in June 2010 at University of Notre Dame in London - Part 2 of 2
Three Classicists at Mantownhuman Winter School, 17 November 2010
A four-metre by three-metre drawing that was done in one day at the Royal Institute of British Architects by Ben Pentreath, George Saumarez Smith and Francis Terry. From Artbelow on Vimeo