In memory of our friend, teacher and colleague Signy Svalastoga, 1957-2018.
Date: 16 April 2019
The Cass, Signy's family, her colleagues and students invite you to join us to remember her and celebrate her unrivalled contribution to the teaching of architecture.
We invite you to the opening of the memorial exhibition where colleagues and students will express thoughts and recollections of times shared with Signy at 7pm on Thursday 2 May 2019. Pre-opening viewing will take place from 6.15pm.
Signy’s students’ work from The Cass Unit 10 will be displayed at the school, in the Atrium, from 3 to 16 May. If you would like to visit the works the Atrium gallery is open to the public 10am to 5pm weekdays.
Image credit: Landscape Typologies, watercolour drawing by Fiona MacDonald, 2013
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