Magnificence & Destruction Lecture and Lunch 2 April 2014 in New York

The Board of AFBAL are hosting a lecture on Magnificence & Destruction (How King Henry VIII transformed England’s architecture) which will be given by Dr Kent Rawlinson, new Head of Collections at the RIBA, and then a lunch will follow in the private room at The Modern restaurant on Wednesday 2 April 2014.

Tickets are available at $250 per head or $150 for those supporting as Friends, Patrons, Benefactors and Founders. Please contact us for more information.

Nonsuch Palace by Henry William Brewer, 1874 RIBA Library Drawings and Archives Collection. Begun by Henry VIII in 1538, Nonsuch Palace was substantially complete at his death in 1547. It was demolished in the 1680s.

Nonsuch Palace by Henry William Brewer, 1874
RIBA Library Drawings and Archives Collection. Begun by Henry VIII in 1538, Nonsuch Palace was substantially complete at his death in 1547. It was demolished in the 1680s.