Hertigparet av Cambridge på ArkDes

31 januari 2018

Svensk och brittisk arkitektur på agendan.

Igår deltog Rahel Belatchew i mottagandet av hertigparet av Cambridge – prins William och hertiginnan Kate – på ArkDes, Sveriges Arkitektur och Designcenter, för att höra mer om svensk arkitektur och design och att lansera ett nytt utbyte mellan brittiska och svenska arkitekter – ett initiativ Belatchew Arkitekter är del av. Tillsammans med Monica von Schmalensee, White Arkitekter; Ylva Lageson, VD Nobelhuset AB; Ken Hogg, Foster + Partners; samt Sigbritt Karlsson, VD för KTH Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, gavs möjligheten till en informerad diskussion om arkitektur tillsammans med hertiginnan.

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