dRMM are committed to radical approaches that transform, inspire and create outstanding architecture.
Date: 26 January 2014
dRMM is a London-based award winning international studio of architects and designers founded in 1995. The practice creates radical, innovative, high quality and socially engaging work across residential, educational, interior, leisure, culture and workplace sectors.
dRMM are committed to radical approaches that transform, inspire and create outstanding architecture. They have built a reputation within the construction industry for using standardised, cost effective materials and building methods to create innovative solutions. dRMM were awarded Architect of the Year 2013.
Sadie Morgan is nominated for AJ's Women Architect of the Year 2014.
Location: Parker Gallery, 41 Commericial Road, London E1 1LA
Date: 10 January 2014
Time: 13:00 - 14:00
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