Stanton Williams: Spaces for Art and Architecture
16 November 2012
In the Reynolds Room, a John Madejski Fine Room
Bridget Riley exhibition at Tate Britain, 2003 Photo: Stanton Williams The design of exhibitions incorporates the fundamentals of architecture – space, light and materials – learning how people and objects relate to space, allowing for experimentation and fast impact. Paul Williams and Alan Stanton RA explore the influence of exhibition design on Stanton Williams’ architecture and its importance in the design culture of their studio, as well as elaborating on the specifics of their current design for the RA Bronze exhibition.
6.30–7.45pm, followed by a drinks reception.
A waiting list for returns will be taken on the door from 6pm