Blurred Boundaries: When does art end and architecture begin?
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Blurred Boundaries: When does art end and architecture begin?

Blurred Boundaries: When does art end and architecture begin?

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Royal Institute of British Architects

66 Portland Place

London, United Kingdom

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The specialist boundaries between art, architecture and design keep dissolving. Architects win art prizes, artists design products and designers build bridges. We have invited architects, artists, designers and researchers to discuss new ways in which creative practitioners are working together today.

Practitioners find themselves collaborating on a range of projects including buildings, installations, products and art works. What does this changing landscape mean for architects? How can creative disciplines benefit from this knowledge sharing? Hear from Alex Coles, The Transdisciplinary Studio; Dr Catharine Rossi, Kingston University; and Sam Jacob, Sam Jacob Studio, more speakers to be announced. The panel will be chaired by Corinne Mynatt, RIBA Curator.

This event is part of the exhibition 'We Live in the Office. A commission by Giles Round'


Image credit: Chiat Day Offices, Venice, Los Angeles. Oliver Perrott / RIBA Collections

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