Watch the video highlights of the 2017 Lignacite Lecture. Held at Kings Place, introduced by Jeremy Dixon, with Peter Millican and Rob Harris and followed by a short recital by the world renowned pianist Charles Owen, this years Lecture was a great success. If you would like to register your interest for next year’s event please visit our Lecture Page and complete the form

2017 Lignacite Lecture on Tuesday 26 September 2017 – 6.30pm
Hall One, King’s Place
90 York Way | King’s Cross | London | N1 9AG

Lignacite are delighted to present this year’s Annual Lecture exploring the creative relationship between designers in art and architecture.

The Architect, Sir Jeremy Dixon and Peter Millican, founder of King’s Place together with the acoustician, Rob Harris will examine turning a major new commercial arts venue in London into a world-class concert hall. Exploring architecture and music they will demonstrate how successful collaborations led to the creation of arguably the most inclusive arts space in London.

Following the talk the internationally renowned pianist Charles Owen will give a short recital to demonstrate the acoustic.

Jeremy DIxon Peter Millican Rob Harris