Amanda Levete, one of Britain's most exciting architects, will discuss her work in a lecture at LACMA on Monday December 3rd at
Amanda Levete, one of Britain’s most exciting architects, will discuss her work in a lecture at LACMA on Monday December 3rd at 7.30pm. The British profession is as male-dominated as it is in the U.S. but, as founder and principal of AL_A, Levete has risen to the top and won several major awards. Best-known for MAAT, a museum that enlivens the Lisbon waterfront, and her radical intervention at London’s V&A Museum, she has since won commissions to transform the flagship Galeries Lafayette in Paris, renovate the Paisley Museum in Scotland, design the latest Maggie’s Centre, and build a subway station in Naples.
This is the latest in the Distinguished Architects Lecture Series, organized by Francesca Garcia-Marques, and sponsored by Bulthaup. For tickets visit http://www.lacma.org/event/architecture-lecture-amanda-levete. (LACMA & AIA members $12, general public $18, students with ID & seniors over 65 $5)