The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has announced RIBA + VitrA Talks series that will showcase the best in contemporary, established and emerging voices in architecture, both in the UK and internationally with talks taking place in London, Istanbul and other UK cities.
"RIBA is delighted to be partnering with VitrA on this exciting new talks series that will be rich in talent and ideas," commented Ben Derbyshire, RIBA President. "In keeping with the themes in the series VitrA is a contemporary design brand with a long history of ingenuity and an international reach. We look forward to two fruitful years of programming inspiring events together."
Kazuyo Sejima, Sir David Adjaye and Assemble will open the talks series this autumn, talking about their recent and upcoming projects. The first Intergenerational Dialogues talk will be between Kate Mackintosh and Mary Duggan. This is a theme which will run throughout the series - conversations about ideas, inspiration and ways of working between architects of different generations.
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