Thursday 11th November 2021, 6.30pm
Tessa Blackstone Lecture Theatre 
Nat Chard is Professor of Experimental Architecture at the Bartlett, University College London, following professorships at the Royal Danish Academy, Copenhagen, the University of Manitoba and the University of Brighton. He taught at the Bartlett throughout the nineties and has also taught at other UK architecture schools. He is an architect registered in the UK and has practiced in London. His work has been published and exhibited internationally. In his research he develops methods and instruments to construct tacit knowledge particular to architecture, especially in relation to indeterminacy and uncertainty. The two books on his work are Drawing Indeterminate Architecture, Indeterminate Drawings of Architecture (Springer) and Fathoming the Unfathomable, Pamphlet Architecture No.34 (Princeton Architectural Press) with Perry Kulper.
Image: Lidar Scan and photogrammetry by Thomas Parker.