Talking Interiors Lecture Series - Morag Myerscough6. Mar - 6. Mar 14 / ended Royal College of Art
Free but booking required. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
6.30pm, Lecture Theatre 1
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.
Designer Morag Myerscough founded the award-winning Studio Myerscough in 1993. Myerscough’s work is recognisable for creating exuberant graphics that transform interiors and architectural settings, from rooms within hospitals to huge building hoardings in the middle of cities. She has designed exhibitions for subjects ranging from heavy metal at the Birmingham Museum of Art to identity and the human face at the Science Museum, reanimated the exterior of the British Pavillion in Venice in 2010 and created highly successful new wayfinding for the previously impenetrable Barbican Centre in London. “I like interpreting spaces,” she says, “and putting narrative into spaces that don’t even exist.”
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