The Architect and Curator in Conversation
London Festival of Architecture
As part of the London Festival of Architecture, Double Decker, Morgan London and Stonehill Taylor bring you a breakfast talk which will elaborate on how to define the identity of a space.
Double Decker have curated art collections for some of London’s most notable developments including Blake Tower at the Barbican and the Frank Ghery Building at Battersea Power Station, as well as some of the worlds leading hotels. With a holistic and considered approach, their curatorial expertise lends a conceptual edge to all projects.
Together with friend and collaborator, Vince Stroop,the principle of New York based hospitality specialist Stonehill Taylor, Double Decker will be talking about how the collaboration between curator and architect deepens and reinforces the brand, which ultimately defines a spaces and it’s identity.
The breakfast talk will be hosted in Morgan’s unique double height gallery space in the heart of Clerkenwell. Morgan believes that Britain is at the forefront of the art and design movement. Their passion for high quality design and inspiring art has led to the creation of Morgan London, an initiative with which to promote this talent through a series of curated installations and events.
Guests are welcomed for pastries and coffee from 8.30am, the talk will begin at 9am.