Leyla Daybelge & Magnus Englund
Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain
TUE 25 FEB 7.30pm | The Hearn Recital Room
An architectural triumph of European design the Isokon Building originally built to
house young professionals with a penchant for communal ideals, is one of the UK’s rare monuments to the Modernist movement.
Leyla Daybelge and Magnus Englund recount the fascinating story of the building from its origins as an experiment in urban living to how it became a creative hub for international artists, writers and thinkers to the building’s revival and its role today.
TICKETS: £15 | £6 students
Running Time: approx 60 mins no interval
- Councillor’s Surgeries
- Jul 11 2020
- 10:00 am - 11:00 am