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  1. 08.12.2014

    David Hills and Edmund de Waal in Conversation at Royal Academy

    Monday 8 December 2014
    6.30 - 7.45pm 
    Tickets: £12 / £6 (students / concession)

    The lecture will focus on the ongoing conversation between Architect David Hills and acclaimed Artist, Edmund de Waal, which has led to the creation of his two studio spaces in London, and the design of The Silver Building in Westminster, projects that combine the practices of art and architecture. 

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    Tags: lecture research edmund de waal edmund de waal studio royal academy royal academy of the arts
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  2. 27.11.2014

    Santo Domingo - Design Capital of the Caribbean

    With its eight schools of architecture, Santo Domingo leads the way for design in the Caribbean. DSDHA has reached the final stage in an international design competition to design the masterplan of the historic city centre of Santa Domingo in the Dominican Republic, and more specifically for the consolidation of the ruins of a colonial convent to create a new cultural building and an archeological complex. 

    David Hills will also be speaking in the Dominican Republic on 2 December 2014, as part of two-day International Conference on Contemporary Architecture in Historic Centres at UNIBE, alongside Rafael Moneo, Cristobal Valdez and Gonzalo Byrne.
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  3. 15.11.2014

    Deborah Saunt and Tom Greenall on 'Why Architecture Must Never Stand Still'

    Thursday 20 November 2014
    6.00pm
    Architectural Association School of Architecture
    36 Bedford Square
    London WC1B 3ES

    Two of DSDHA's Directors will present a lecture on the Practice's search for new forms of beauty through active design, research and agency. They will talk about projects spanning from macro-scaled urban strategies and infrastructure studies, such as the redesign of the area of Camden's West End in which the AA sits, though to individual, crafted buildings which celebrate materiality and the act of making within architecture, such as Alex Monroe’s Studio in Snowfields and the recently completed Covert House (pictured, photograph by Hélène Binet).
    Tags: AA lecture Alex Monroe Studio West End Covert House
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