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Hear Simon Dance as he discusses the transformation of the 1920’s former coachworks into the Louise T Blouin Institute

This is a unique opportunity to hear the story of Simon Dance, Co-Founder of Borgos Dance and Chief Architect of The Louise T Blouin Institute as he discusses the transformation of the 1920’s former coachworks into a combination of exhibition spaces and offices housing the Foundation’s London Headquarters.
The Louise T. Blouin Institute opened in October 2006 and is Borgos Dance’s first public project in the UK. The architects transformed this former coachworks into a combination of exhibition spaces as well as offices housing the Foundation’s London headquarters.

Borgos Dance is an architecture and design studio founded by Simon Dance and Etienne Borgos in 2001. Simon Dance was previously at John Pawson and Etienne Borgos at Foster and Partners. Their work combines a pursuit of timeless simplicity with attention to detail.The studio’s portfolio ranges from urban design, commercial and residential work, through to product, furniture and exhibition design.


Mr Simon Dance | talks


Date and Time:

27 March 2007 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



Louise T Blouin Institute
3 Olaf Street
W11 4BE
0207 985 9600

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The Institute. Please phone 020 7985 9600 to reserve a ticket or email info@ltbfoundation.org

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