Daylight in architecture as a constructive spatial force
Speaker: LETH & GORI
Date: 04 February 2021
A `Daylight Talk´ arranged by The Royal Danish Academy - Architecture, Design, Conservation.
LETH & GORI talk about their architectural design process in designing with daylight based on an understanding that daylight is a morphological spatial and erosive force. Spaces for the light to inhabit. From Sir John Soane’s Lincoln Inn Fields to Gordon Matta-Clark and LETH & GORI’s own architectural practice.
About the studio
LETH & GORI is a Danish architectural studio founded in 2007 by architects Uffe Leth and Karsten Gori. The studio is specialising in site-specific construction projects of high architectural calibre.
The studio works with adaptations, alterations, conversions, modifications and transformations in projects ranging from new buildings to cultural heritage, with a special focus on projects that give something back to the city. The studio is committed to creating projects with architectural longevity, characterised by simplicity, flexibility and distinctive details – big and small.
Uffe Leth and Karsten Gori both teach at the Royal Academy School of Architecture in Copenhagen.