Lecture by Léon Krier
Léon Krier, born in Luxembourg, is an architect, architectural theorist, and urban planner. From the late 1970s onwards, Krier has been one of the most influential neo-traditional architects and planners. He is best known for his development of Poundbury village in Dorchester, UK for the Prince of Wales. In campaigning for the reconstruction of the traditional “European” city model, he has had a great influence on the New Urbanism movement, especially in the United States.
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