Tickets for Hay Festival Segovia, 20–23 September 2018, on sale now.
Internationally acclaimed architect Richard Rogers, Pritzker Prize winner in 2007 and one of the world’s leading representatives of contemporary urban planning, talks about his vision for the future of the planet’s cities with Martha Thorne, Executive Director of the Pritzker Prize and Dean of IE University’s School of Architecture and Design. Among Rogers’ landmark buildings are the Pompidou Centre in Paris, the Lloyd’s building in London and Madrid’s T4 at Barajas Airport. He also designed the headquarters of the Protos winery in Peñafiel, close to Segovia. He and his team are currently working on the Castellana Norte project to develop the northern edge of the Spanish capital.
Writer and architectural critic Deyan Sudjic is the Director of Design at the Museum of London, which has become one of the world’s leading spaces for contemporary design. The author of the influential The Language of Cities talks to Liam Aldous, correspondent in Spain for Monocle magazine and an expert on urban trends, about the need for radical shifts in the way our cities are designed.
Introduced by Emilio Gil of Red Española de Asociaciones de Diseño (READ)