London Festival of Architecture: Conversations on Colour\

As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2018, Hawkins\Brown will be hosting an expert panel discussion exploring the theme of 'Identity' through a subject close to our hearts; 'How can colour create an identity for a building or place?'

In a culture where there is often a nervousness to use colour to create a strong identity for a development, Hawkins\Brown have been researching into how different practitioners have successfully used colour and why. These practitioners have been chosen from both the world of fine art and architecture for their confidence and originality in the use of colour and how it drives their design.

Hawkins\Brown Partner and Head of Interior Design, Morag Morrison and Architect, Helena Howard have been carrying out the research and are keen to promote different approaches and encourage a stronger engagement with the use of colour in the built environment.

Inviting an expert panel including the contributors to this research; David Batchelor, artist and author of 'Chromophobia', Professor Fiona McLachlan, author of 'Colour Strategies in Architecture', Piers Gough of CZWG alongside Catrina Stewart and Hugh McEwen of Office S&M, 'Conversations on Colour' will be a lively discussion taking place at the beautiful Chapel of Thomas Guy.

Come along and join us for an evening of discussion, drinks and nibbles!

Thursday 21 June 2018
18:30 - 20:30
Chapel of Thomas Guy
Guy's Campus, King's College London
United Kingdom

Bookings closed.

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