Architecture on Stage: Pascal Flammer

The Swiss architect, Pascal Flammer, will be the first event in the Autumn series of Architecture on Stage at the Barbican


07:00pm, Tuesday, 25 September 2018


09:00pm, Tuesday, 25 September 2018

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Pascal Flammer set up his own practice in 2005 after having previously worked for a number of years with Valerio Olgiati. Since then Flammer has produced a number of award winning house designs, including the House with Two Rooms in Balsthall (2014) and the House with View on the Isle of Skye (2013). 

Though his practice is based in Zurich, Flammer has also held a number of teaching posts at Mendrisio, the GSD at Harvard and more recently was a Visiting Lecturer at Princeton. Flammer was also selected for the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennale, exhibiting a sculpture titled 'Unconnotated Happiness'.

House with two rooms, Balsthal (2014). Photo credit Ioana Marinescu, courtesy of Pascal Flammer

House with a view on Isle of Skye, 2013. image courtesy of Pascal Flammer

House in Liguria (in collaboration with Marta Casagrande), 2009. Image courtesy of Pascal Flammer.


The Architecture Foundation, in association with the Barbican, presents Architecture on Stage – a programme of talks and debates.

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