An exhibition on vernacular building culture and contemporary architectures ongoing engagement in vernacular traditions.
29th – September – 2nd October 10.00 – 17.00
With a micro Symposium on October 2nd, 14.00 – 17.30
Venue – Turkish Baths, Friars Walk, Lewes BN7 2LE (map)
Tickets – £8.50 Concessions – £6.50
Adam Richards – architect to the recent redesign of the Ditchling Arts + Craft Museum on working with Sussex rural vernacular.
Ramun Capaul from award winning Swiss practice, Capaul Blumenthal, designers of Europe’s first rammed earth cinema, on Swiss regional vernacular and contemporary architecture.
Clem Blakemore – the young award winning architect will talk about her self built Lacey Green School Music room project, which uses its Buckinghamshire site as a key starting point.
David Smith, from Lewes based Flintman, the leading flint wall builders, who’s work include Flint House, RIBA’s 2015 house of the year.
Meredith Bowles of Mole Architects – East Anglia’s Mole Architects have developed an international reputation for exploring the regional vernacular style and introducing them to a contemporary architectural world.
New Vernaculars for a New Century is part of Make Lewes Festival 2016 in association with Fourth Door.
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Cover Image – Ditchling Arts + Craft Musuem
New Vernaculars for a New Century is supported by Lewes Town Council and the Swiss Cultural Fund.