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A collection of historical and recent talks given by some of the world's most important architectural professionals. 

The Pidgeon collection was originally created by Monica Pidgeon in 1979. This took the form of a series of tape/slide talks, each consisting of an audio-cassette, and corresponding time-coded colour slides.  

In order to preserve this valuable archive and make it more widely available the talks were digitized in 2006. The talks are shown as online presentations, which are fully searchable for use by the wider architecture and built environment community.

New talks are added on a regular basis.

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Architecture

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Audio, Images