The third at a series of meetings and the first in 2018 LAKHTA VIEW session is devoted to design: speakers will consider ways of communication of the environment and the human being, search of balance between an esthetics and functionality and also will discuss issues of creation of the humanistic urban space.
THIRD LECTURE OF THE EDUCATIONAL LAKHTA VIEW PROJECT
January 19, 2018 at 18:00 in an atrium of the St. Petersburg House of Books Participants: Johnathan Barnbrook - British designer with a world known name and Fillip Tefft - director of architectural bureau of Ralf Appelbaum in London
Speakers of a January session:
British designer with a world known name, the author of design of exhibitions in Victoria and Albert Museum, Saatchi Art gallery; David Bowie's records and Hurst's album
Director of architectural bureau of Ralf Appelbaum in London, author of design concepts of the world museums
director of the British higher school of design
Directs strategic development of school, creation and start of new educational programs, both all administrative and technical resources
director of communications Lakhta of the Center
Program director of LAKHTA VIEW, manager of cultural projects, Phd of philosophical sciences.
LAKHTA VIEW: DESIGN
Full record of the session
The third at a series of meetings and the first in 2018 LAKHTA VIEW session is devoted to design: speakers will consider ways of communication between the environment and human being, search of balance between an esthetics and functionality and also will discuss issues of creation of the humanistic urban space.
The vision will be presented by Johnathan Barnbruk — the designer with a world known name. His author's fonts and unusual graphic decisions and also the design of exhibitions become relevant reference points in the sphere of design. Barnbrook is the author of design concepts of exhibition projects in Victoria and Albert Museum and Saatchi Gallery; design of records of the cult rock musician David Bowie and catalogs of the artist and sculptor Demyen Hurst.
The second speaker of a January session — Fillip Tefft, the director of the London representative office of the American Bureau of Ralf Appelbaum (Ralph Appelbaum Associates). RAA uses deserved glory of the most authoritative organization in the world which is engaged in museum design in the RAA portfolio more than 500 projects worldwide, including the National memorial of the Holocaust (Washington), the Museum of Portuguese (São Paulo), the National museum of the prehistoric period (Taiwan), the Jewish museum and the center of tolerance (Moscow).