THE STEPHEN DYKES BOWER MEMORIAL LECTURE
THE CATHEDRAL OF NOTRE DAME: ITS BUILDING, VIOLLET-LE-DUC’S MID-19TH CENTURY RESTORATION, THE FIRE OF APRIL, 2019, AND THE CHALLENGES OF ITS REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION.
The Ecclesiological Society’s annual Dykes Bower Memorial Lecture will take place on Wednesday 4 December.
Our speakers will be architectural historian, Dr Alexandra Gajowski, FSA; Charles Brown, Surveyor of the Fabric, 1978-1996, and architect for the reconstruction of the South Transept roof at York Minster; and Mr Andrew Arrol, architect and present Surveyor of the Fabric at York Minster. Andrew Arrol, present Surveyor of the Fabric at the Minster, recently visited Notre Dame to inspect the fire damage and the temporary precautionary works that have been undertaken since the fire in April.
6.15 pm for 6.30 pm on Wednesday 4th December in the Lecture Room of The Art Workers’ Guild, 6, Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, W.C.1., followed by an informal reception.
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