In May 2013, an international symposium, "Minding the Gap: The Role of Contemporary Architecture in the Historic Environment," provided an overview of late-twentieth-century and current architectural approaches to intervening in historic contexts.
The symposium was moderated by architectural critic Paul Goldberger and featured architects Rafael Moneo, Denise Scott Brown, Juergen Mayer H., Thomas H. Beeby, and Richard Rogers discussing their different approaches to designing in the historic environment.
The results of this symposium will inform future work, such as the development of case studies and guidance documents.
An ongoing lecture series is also planned to further examine interventions in historic context.
Watch the "Minding the Gap" public panel discussion.
Page updated: August 2015