The John Edwards Lecture


The John Edwards Lecture is The Architecture Foundation's headline annual dialogue presenting leading international architects in conversation with influential figures from other disciplines – from artists and filmmakers to writers and philosophers. The lecture presents a public conversation connecting architecture with other disciplines, extending the dialogue around what architecture is, and can be.

The John Edwards Lecture was inaugurated in 2009, through the generosity of The Estate of Francis Bacon.

Supported by:

Estate of Francis Bacon