Public Lecture by Michael Marriott
Date: 24 January 2013
Michael Marriott originally trained as a furniture designer at the London College of Furniture (now part of London Met). Since then his practice has broadened somewhat, but furniture is still at the heart of it, literally and philosophically. He will be talking about his practice and showing some of the different types of projects he is involved with.
|Date||Tuesday 29 January 2013|
|Venue||Room CR-100, Commercial Road|
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