Sunlight: a conversation between Piers Taylor and Gianni Botsford

Architect and presenter Piers Taylor speaks to architect Gianni Botsford about his 25-year analytical journey of creating architecture shaped by the movement of the sun.

by Meghna Mehta Nov 13, 2019

London-based architect Gianni Botsford indulges in an enthralling conversation with Piers Taylor, an architect and co-presenter of the famous BBC Two series, ‘World’s Most Amazing Homes’. Here, Botsford discusses his early interest and obsession with exploring light as an element in architecture. In the video titled Sunlight, the duo delves into Botsford’s work as John Frazer’s student, his project the Light House (1996-2005), a house in Notting Hill, London; and his recent and iconic building in London’s urban drone-view, House in a Garden.

15 min watch Sunlight – Architect Gianni Botsford in conversation with architect and BBC broadcaster Piers Taylor | Gianni Botsford |House in a Garden| London| STIRworld
Sunlight – Architect Gianni Botsford in conversation with architect and BBC broadcaster Piers Taylor Video Credit: Courtesy of Jim Stephenson

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Meghna Mehta

Meghna Mehta

An architect by education and a journalist by passion, Mehta pursued a crossroad between her two interests. Having completed an M.Arch from CEPT University in Ahmedabad, she has worked in the field of architectural journalism for over 5 years. Besides content generation for STIR, she continues to teach in architectural schools in Mumbai.

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