Running time: 28 minutes
The late Cedric Price, who sadly passed away in 2003, was, according to one of his clients, "the most cerebral of British architects... He was frequently consulted on the relationship of architecture to policy and planning in the fields of education and energy in both the USA and the UK".
The title of Price's talk is typical of the man - someone constantly searching, questioning, rethinking. Though he was in practice in London from 1960, the number of his built projects was small. But his output of professional activities, published work, and feasibility and research projects, was varied and prodigious.
You may also be interested in Price's talk with Ron Herron, Ten Californian Architects.
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