The London-based design consultancy has worked on projects including V&A’s British Design 1948 – 2012: Innovation in the Modern Age exhibition , which opens this month, as well as projects for Frieze Art Fair, the Design Museum, the Gagosian Gallery, Marks & Spencer, The Science Museum and Habitat.
Partners Paul Neale, Andy Stevens and Huw Morgan will be in conversation with curator and design writer, Emily King. According to Laurence King Publishing, Neale and Morgan will be discussing ‘their work, their inspirations and the future of design’, though we’ll have to wait and see exactly what this will entail.
The third in the series of talks will be given by Erik Kessels of KesselsKramer, on Advertising for People who don’t like Advertising, and will take place in late May this year.
Design Week readers can get their hands on discounted tickets thanks to the kind people of Laurence King Publishing.
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The lecture takes place on 12 March at 7pm at Hall One, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1