April 6
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6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Architectural Photography and the Historic Record Panel Discussion

A panel of expert photographers, archivists and architects will discuss the role of architectural photography as a historical record. The panel will present the ways imagery of threatened buildings can function to safeguard their longevity and inform the design processes of restoration projects.

Speakers:
Valeria Carullo, Curator of the Robert Elwall Photographs Collection in the Royal Institute of British Architects
Jon Wright, Heritage Consultant for Purcell
Ben Blossom, Architectural Photographer

Chair:
Lynne Bryant (Co-Director of ARCAID Images)

The evening will begin with a photographic essay of forgotten heritage sites, composed by the Arcaid Images Photographer of the Year 2016, Matt Emmett, whose winning image of a covered reservoir in Finsbury Park (1868) offers the unique opportunity to experience a rarely accessible space in London.

Capacity is limited, booking essential: rsvp.werkstatt@sto.com

DETAILS

Costs:

Free

Hours:

18:30 - 21:00

Contact:

rsvp.werkstatt@sto.com

Organiser:

Sto Werkstatt

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT:

Location: Sto Werkstatt, London

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