Dickson Platten Exhibition Opening. On Show.
This retrospective of Dickson Platten’s work celebrates their achievements over 50 years in practice and their vision for housing now and in the future. If you are unable to attend the opening event, you can visit exhibition throughout the Festival.
To plan and imagine a new city future where people, design and technology flourish, we need to contemplate our older and more-recent outputs in people-centric place-making. This exhibition on the work of Newell Platten and Robert Dickson will shine a light on an intense oeuvre of architectural output from the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s.
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