As we’ve had a previous trial to Pidgeon Digital, they’ve granted us free access during this difficult time.
So we are delighted to announce we again have complimentary access to this platform which offers an online collection of illustrated audio visual resources, featuring some of the world’s leading architects, designers and engineers, including talks by Will Alsop, Edward Cullinan, Terry Farrell, Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Kisho Kurokawa, Oscar Niemeyer, Jean Nouvel, Gaetano Pesce, Richard Rogers, Harry Seidler Bernard Tschumi and Michael Webb.
The archive stretches back to the 1970s and began life as a tape and slide collection created by Monica Pidgeon, the editor of Architectural Design for 30 years.
It’s a resource ideal for students from the School or Architecture and Planning, giving insight into architectural practice, theory and ideas.
You can access Pidgeon Digital via Library Search, remember to log in with your university ID when prompted.
You can also access via the website at : https://www.pidgeondigital.com The website uses IP authentication so if you are off-campus, please log in to RAS first of all, and then within RAS, open up an internet browser and then access the Pidgeon website.