Meet Alex Ritchie, Creative Director of E2, as he discusses the renaissance of impermanent structures in recent years. Get your invitation here.
December 2nd, 2009
With his ‘healthy fascination with the ephemeral’, Ritchie directs a team of innovators, researchers, architects and designers working with clients like Qantas and Virgin Mobile to provide both tangible and intangible development strategies.
Discussing the virtues of the ‘bubbletecture’ of the 60s and 70s through to the work of visual artists Yayoi Kusama and Jeff Koons, Ritchie brings his wealth of knowledge to the Corporate Culture showroom for a one-off evening of lively discussion with Alex Ritchie
Also on the menu for the evening, the inflatable ‘Kengo Kuma Tea House’ and Alexis Rochas’ air installations created in 2006 are among the highlights of the talk.
During what promises to be an entertaining evening of lively discussion, the matter of the place of inflatable architecture in the commercial design world is certain to provide insight into this relatively unchartered subject matter.
Join Alex Ritchie from 6 pm on Thursday 3 December at the Corporate Culture showroom. Download your invitation (1MB).
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