RCA talks

Talking Interiors with Dinah Casson

20 March 2014 | 6.30pm

Kensington, Lecture Theatre 1

Free but booking required. Email: interior-design@rca.ac.uk

Dinah Casson is one of the world’s most respected environmental and exhibition designers. She has worked with Roger Mann for more than 30 years as Casson-Mann. Her work has transformed museums in the UK into modern and accessible places, including the Natural History Museum, Science Museum and the Imperial War Museum: her ability is to translate narratives and ideas into readable, useable, pleasurable design experiences. Recent projects include the Benjamin Franklin Museum, Philadelphia and the exhibition Hollywood Costume at the V&A in London. Casson-Mann’s work has received numerous awards and in 2006, Casson was elected as a Royal Designer for Industry.