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Unbuilt Bristol: The Bristol That Might Have Been and Might Still Be

Wednesday 26 June 2013, 16:30 to 18:30

A talk about some of the buildings and projects that might have changed Bristol but never made it off the drawing board.

Drawing from his new book Unbuilt Bristol (published by Redcliffe Press) author, journalist and former editor of Venue magazine Eugene Byrne will talk about some of the buildings and projects that might have changed Bristol - from an immense glass pyramid made from recycled wine bottles to a Barrage to turn the River Avon into a giant lake.

Chaired by Andrew Kelly, Eugene is joined by Mayor George Ferguson who will talk about his vision for future projects that could transform the city.

This lecture is part of Love Architecture 2013, and is a partnership event with the Architecture Centre, RIBA, Bristol Civic Society and Festival of Ideas.

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