9 February 2009
Study model for Osh House by Toh Shimazaki Architecture
The role of a patron in contemporary society, albeit different, is as important now as it was in Palladio’s time. Patronage involves the ability to participate collaboratively in the making of places and the shaping of our living environment.
Exhibition co-curator Guido Beltramini discusses Palladio’s relationship with his clients, while Yuli Toh of Toh Shimazaki Architects and Roger Zogolovitch of AZ Urban Studio discuss the possibilities of patronage today.
Geological Society, Piccadilly, W1; 6.30–8pm; £7/£4* (includes lecture and a drink)
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Events and Lectures, Royal Academy of Arts
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London W1J 0BD
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