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Pentagram

Pentagram is design. This hugely important international design firm, founded on both economic and aesthetic principles, has a unique and enduring place in design history. It adheres to both a communal sense of partnership and a concept-driven approach to design. They remain independent and true to their guiding ethos that ideas make design distinctive and that identity, function, aesthetics and value make design work.


Pentagram is owned by its partners who are based
in London, New York, San Francisco, Austin and Berlin.
Founded in London in 1972, by the legendary partners Crosby, Fletcher, Forbes, Grange, and Kurlansky, Pentagram is organised and run so that designers can achieve their best – whether it be print, screen graphics, products, environments or buildings. This event will be a celebration of 34 years of creative people and projects featuring partners from around the globe, from the
very established to the recently arrived. Each will be talking about what Pentagram means to them and showing their standout designs both old and new.
There will be a post-lecture bar and music from 8.30pm to 10pm.
www.pentagram.com


Speaker(s):

Pentagram | talks

 

Date and Time:

22 May 2007 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Old Billingsgate
16 Lower Thames Street
London
EC3R 6EA
0207 283 2800
http://www.oldbillingsgate.co.uk/
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Organised by:

D&AD
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Tickets:

£15

Available from:

Claire Gates on 0207 840 1127

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