Architecture + Art: Members' Tickets on Sale Now

The Architecture Foundation’s celebrated programme of Architecture + Art discussions returns to Tate Modern for spring 2013 with the next installment of the If You Build It, Will They Come? series. 

Members' tickets are on sale now, get yours before they sell out!

AF Members are entitled to an advance booking period before tickets go on general sale, as well as receiving a discounted ticket price. Become a member today to start enjoying the benefits immediately!

If You Build It, Will They Come? New Cultural Projects in Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong and St Petersburg will present three of the world’s most anticipated grand urban cultural projects, to critically explore the use of architecture and art in urban development strategies. 

The evening's international case studies will include the Louvre Abu Dhabi at Saadiyat Island (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates), West Kowloon Cultural District (Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China) and New Holland Island (St. Petersburg, Russian Federation) and will feature the projects’ respective architects – Hala Wardé of Ateliers Jean NouvelSpencer de Grey of Foster + Partners, and Dan Wood of WORKac – alongside critics and clients, including Aric Chen, Curator of Architecture and Design at Hong Kong’s future M+ museum, and Marina Barber, Director of the Iris Foundation

Edwin Heathcote, architecture critic of The Financial Times, will act as the evening's chair.

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Sponsored by Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts

Image: A plan of the forthcoming Louvre Abu Dhabi. Architect: Ateliers Jean Nouvel. Developer: TDIC (Tourism Development & Investment Company). Courtesy Ateliers Jean Nouvel.