What impact does design have on our everyday lives? A big and important question which will see three of Scotland’s most exciting architectural practices, Konishi Gaffney, Kennedy Twaddle and DO Architecture explore and talk through their thoughts on how design impacts on the way we work, live and play!
One of the evening’s explorers is Gary Kennedy, from Kennedy Twaddle; Gary studied at DJCAD before going on to gain his Masters in Architecture and Interiors at the Royal College of Art.
Gary has spent many years in the creative industries designing built and virtual environments from interior design, architecture, film making, furniture design, to drawing and painting. Kennedy Twaddle is a design studio primarily involved in the refurbishment and design of buildings, set up in 2000 by Gary and fellow DJCAD graduate Chris Twaddle.
When? 6pm, Saturday 19 May 2012
Where? Dalhousie Building | University of Dundee | Old Hawkhill | Dundee | DD1 5EN
For FREE tickets call 01382 305665, email: info@VandAatDundee.com or book direct: www.dundee.ac.uk/tickets
This event is part of IGNITE – a 10-day celebration of creativity and culture across Dundee, Angus and Fife, uniting organisations large and small, young and old to showcase the region as the vibrant centre of creativity it is today.