​Jonathan Sergison at The Berlage, Delft University

In 2005 our ‘Brickwork: thinking and making’ exhibition at ETH Zurich offered a record of our conceptual investigation of brick construction. We drew upon eight different projects – some built or in the process of being built, others that have remained speculative. All aimed to explain the relevance of brick structures in our practice, both in a technical and emotional sense.

More than ten years after that exhibition, we continue to employ forms of brick construction. This can be explained by reference to the places where we work, but is also the result of our continuing personal fascination with brickwork. The lecture presents a number of recent projects that continue to pursue our investigations into forms of brick construction.

Friday 13 January
Room K 12:45 - 14:00
The Berlage
Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture and Urban Design
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment
Delft University of Technology
Julianalaan 134
Delft, The Netherlands