Mary Duggan

Architecture on Stage

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The London based architect will talk about her practice's portfolio, which is developing across a range of sectors and scales.

Mary Duggan founded Mary Duggan Architects in March 2017, having been a founding partner of Duggan Morris since 2004. Last year the practice completed the exhibition design for our summer show Dorothea Lange / Vanessa Winship. Current projects include a 157-home scheme for developer Brick by Brick in Croydon and a new events and conference venue for the Science Museum.

Duggan will speak on the subject of representation through a series of projects and references worked on by the firm over the past two years. Interested in the creative potential of cross-disciplinary interaction, the practice has since supported a rolling residency programme for emerging and established artists and makers. To date this residency includes a ceramicist, an illustrator and a sculptor, all of whom contribute to the development of live projects in the office.

Architecture on Stage is a series of talks by the world's best architects programmed by the Architecture Foundation in partnership with the Barbican Centre.

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