The Love Architecture festival has been entertaining Brightoners all week, and last night it was our turn. Conran and Partners’ Brighton office held an exhibition of Jim Stephenson‘s photographs of their architectural projects around the world. Entitled Collaboration, the exhibition was accompanied by an essay by arts commentator Cara Courage.
A great evening was had by all.
Thanks to Jim, Cara and Gem Barton, who has curated the Welcome Trail of exhibitions as part of Love Architecture, for their hard work, and thanks to everyone who came along!
Excuse the pun, please.
The head of our Brighton architecture office, Paul Zara, took to The Argus recently to talk about Brighton and Hove’s acute housing crisis, and his opinions on how to solve it.
Conran & Partners Director Paul Zara, who heads up our Brighton office, never seems to be out of the media spotlight for long, as this article in Brighton newspaper The Argus shows.
There’s a lot going on down at our Brighton office at the moment- from helping to save Saltdean Lido to developing unique residential properties to the much talked about redeveloped of the Astoria (read his article to find out what’s really going on there…)
Plus noone can argue with his musings about how the rise in tuition fees may affect the future of architecture in this country…
– Click on the picture below to read the full interview and find out more about his vision for our favourite seaside city…
Click to read all about Paul in The Argus
Architecture Director Paul Zara from Conran & Partners has been busy again.
Fresh from helping out with with excellent performance piece ‘Before I sleep’ as part of the Brighton Festival, the latest hot event is – as he puts it – ‘a very good architecture talk I have organised’ in Brighton on June 30th. Don’t miss out!
BrightBuild the third in a series of design talks organised by the Brighton branch of the South Coast Design Forum a not-for-profit organisation run by and for designers and artists of all disciplines.