Lunchtime Lecture by Leading Interior and Garden Designers
Friday 14th September 2012, 12h30-14h00 The Hochhauser Auditorium, Sackler Centre, Victoria & Albert Museum
The prestigious Inchbald School of Design, educating the leading figures of the design world for over 50 years, is to host a lunchtime lecture lead by the prestigious alumnus Stephen Dick and Phillip Nixon at the Victoria and Albert Museum on Friday 14 September.
Both renowned for their innovative and creative designs across an impressive portfolio of past and present projects, Dick and Nixon will aim to provide an insight into the fascinating world of interior and garden design with an interactive discussion on ‘design within the complete personal environment, both interior and exterior.’
About Stephen Dick
Stephen Dick, the highly trained and respected interior designer, graduated from Inchbald in 2005 with distinctions in both the Diploma and Postgraduate Diploma in Architectural Interior Design, and was awarded the Principal’s Prize. His design expertise includes high-end residential and commercial projects and international five-star hotels. In 2007 he set up Residence Interior Design to focus on creating highly individual, contemporary spaces without compromise on luxury or comfort.
About Philip Nixon
After receiving his training at Inchbald, Philip Nixon has gone on to become an extremely influential garden designer transforming country, urban and show gardens as well as public spaces. He has also undertaken projects in hotels and architecture and furniture projects. Nixon has founded an eponymous design studio, Philip Nixon Design, which takes an unusually multi-disciplinary/collaborative approach that combines garden and landscape design with architecture/furniture for a series of unique, bespoke projects. The studio has won three Gold medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
About the Inchbald School of Design
The Inchbald is an independent school of design offering Master of Arts degree, Diploma and Certificate courses in Architectural Interior Design, Interior Decoration and Garden Design, and short courses in interior design, garden design and computer aided design.The School has a long-established reputation for serious, practical training that is designed to prepare its graduates to enter the design professions. It attracts motivated and educated students from all over the world, enhancing the rich cultural environment of the School.