RIBA Plymouth Branch are proud to present this lecture which will be given by Simone de Gale.
Simone is the driving force behind Simone de Gale Architects (SGA), a revolutionary architect’s practice in Belgravia London, whose style is founded on working from a set of theoretical and mathematical principles, developing each project into an exploration of Rhythm, Pattern and Repetition of form and material. The innovative use of these classical rules of architecture inform direction, distance, timing and use of space. SGA embodies an ethos connecting directly to the original architect, Nature.
Winner of ‘Architect of the Year’ 2017’s Women in Construction Awards, SGA has secured a £200 million valued masterplan project redesigning a major part of Tbilisi, Georgia. Simone was elected RIBA National Council Member in 2017.
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- 17:30 - Welcome and introduction (Andrew Humphreys, Associate Head of School (Architecture), School of Art, Design and Architecture, University of Plymouth)
- 17:35 - Lecture with Simone de Gale (Lecture Theatre 2, Ground Floor, Roland Levinsky Building)
- 18:25 - Q&A
- 18:40 - Drinks (Gallery, 2nd Floor, Roland Levinsky Building)