Talk — Color in Architecture: Louisa Hutton
British architect Louisa Hutton is a co-founder of Sauerbruch Hutton. The firm is now based in Berlin, where they realized their best-known building, the award-winning GSW headquarters (1999) with its distinctive solar screens in various shades of red. Other important works by the firm, such as the German Environment Agency in Dessau (2005) and the Museum Brandhorst in Munich (2009), also attest to their investigation of the potential of color as an architectural resource. In her English-language talk, Hutton will present her work and discuss the use of color in architecture.
Admission is free; register at firstname.lastname@example.org. The talk will take place in the Vitra Design Museum’s Schaudepot.
Vitra Design Museum
79576 Weil am Rhein