Lutyens and The Cenotaph: Architecture of Profound Geometry

Clive Aslet, Jane Ridley; Host and Moderator: Martin Lutyens & Robin Prater

Lutyens: Speaking to the 21st Century – The Relevance of Lutyens to Contemporary Design

Peter Inskip, Kulapat Yantrasast; Host: Martin Lutyens 

Encounters at Greywalls: Lutyens in Scotland

Paul Whalen, Douglas, Wright, Robin Prater with special guest Ros Weaver, Host: Martin Lutyens

An exploration of Lutyens’s design at Greywalls in Scotland through the eyes of two architects, an historian, and an owner.

City Beautiful on the Rand: Lutyens in South Africa

Anthony “Ankie” Barnes, Mervyn Miller, Martin Lutyens

A discussion and history of Edwin Lutyens’s work in South Africa.

Edwin Lutyens came to South Africa following the footsteps of his then close friend, Herbert Baker. Designed before their work together in Delhi, Lutyens’s designs for the Johannesburg Art Gallery and the Rand Regiments Memorial provide interesting insight into the evolution of Lutyens’s body of work.

Arts and Crafts Beginnings: The Story of Goddards

Martin Lutyens, Tom Kligerman, Michael Imber

Overview of Lutyens designs of furniture and lighting. Not only did Edwin Lutyens design the iconic Lutyens Bench, but he designed lighting fixtures, tables, chairs for private homes and gardens, as well as public buildings.

The Life and Legacy of Sir Edwin Lutyens

Martin Lutyens, Robin Prater, Jane Ridley

An overview of the career and life of Sir Edwin Lutyens, spanning from the American Civil War to the Second World War.

The Furniture and Lighting Designs of Sir Edwin Lutyens

Candia Lutyens, Alan Powers, Martin Lutyens, Moderator

Overview of Lutyens designs of furniture and lighting. Not only did Edwin Lutyens design the iconic Lutyens Bench, but he designed lighting fixtures, tables, chairs for private homes and gardens, as well as public buildings.

Lutyens and the British School at Rome

Hugh Petter, Stephen Milner

The British School at Rome (BSR) is a highly respected research academy focused upon the art, history and culture of the western Mediterranean region, and upon contemporary arts and architecture. The building was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens originally at the British Pavilion for an international exhibition of culture and arts in Rome in 1911.

Lutyens and Jekyll: Architecture and the Garden Landscape

Janice Parker, Sarah Dickinson, Virginia Burt, Judith Tankard

Come with us on an exploration of the unique partnership between Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll, as we look at the spark that made “A Lutyens house and a Jekyll garden” something to be sought after at the turn of the last century and still an inspiration today.

3D Modeling of Lutyens’s Proposed Liverpool Cathedral: The Greatest Building Never Built

Dr. Nick Webb, Jeff Speakman

A discussion of the design for a Roman Catholic Cathedral at Liverpool, based on physical and digital models.