Colour in Architecture: Louisa Hutton
TALK (EN) | 9 November 2023
6.30 pm, Vitra Schaudepot

British architect Louisa Hutton is a co-founder of Sauerbruch Hutton. The firm is now based in Berlin, where they realised 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 colour as an architectural resource. In her talk, Louisa Hutton presents her work and discusses the use of colour in architecture.

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Tender Architecture: SelgasCano
TALK (EN) | 8 February 2024
6.30 pm, Vitra Schaudepot

The Madrid-based architecture firm SelgasCano was founded in 1998 by Lucía Cano and José Selgas. They have become internationally known for their exploration of the relationship between architecture and its surrounding landscapes, and creative use of new materials. A vaccination centre in Turkana, Kenya, designed by SelgasCano, was created as a collaborative project and surprises with unconventional solutions. Projects such as the Serpentine Pavilion in London (2015) or a pavilion for the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (2015) are characterised by an unconventional use of colour. In this event, José Selgas and Lucía Cano will present their buildings and talk about their close collaboration with Iwan Baan.

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