Talking Interiors Lecture Series - Dinah Casson 

6. Feb - 6. Feb 14 / ended Royal College of Art

Free but booking required. Please email interior-design@rca.ac.uk

6.30pm, Lecture Theatre 1

Talk | Architecture | London


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Talking Interiors will feature international architects, designers and writers from New York, Paris, London, Amsterdam and Munich who will discuss their own practice and dissect the role of interior design.

Dinah Casson is one of the world’s most respected environmental and exhibition designers. She has worked with Roger Mann for more than 30 years as Casson-Mann. Her work has transformed museums in the UK into modern and accessible places, including the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the Imperial War Museum: her ability is to translate narratives and ideas into readable, useable, pleasurable design experiences. Recent projects include the Benjamin Franklin Museum, Philadelphia and the exhibition Hollywood Costume at the V&A in London. Casson-Mann’s work has received numerous awards and in 2006, Casson was elected as a Royal Designer for Industry.


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