The Architecture of John Leopold Denman
April 3 at 7:00 pmFree of charge
Lecture by David Robson, architect and former Professor of Architecture in the University of Brighton. David is a former Vice-Chair of the Regency Society.
John Leopold Denman was a leading architect in Brighton between the two World Wars and was noted for his restrained, if slightly unconventional, Neo-Georgian architecture. His surviving buildings include the offices for the Brighton Herald in Pavilion Buildings (now ‘All-Bar-One’) and the Allied Irish Bank in Marlborough Place. He was a founding member of the Regency Society and served variously as its vice-chair, chair, and president.
A collection of his drawings is now lodged in the Regency Town House and is in the process of being catalogued and conserved. A selection of these will be on display in the lecture hall.
(John Small Lecture to be preceded by the Annual General Meeting)
This event is open to everyone and free of charge
Image, by David Robson, shows All Bar One, former offices for the Brighton Herald in Pavilion Buildings