vPPR are delighted to be participating in the Museum of Architecture’s new online exhibition Colour Memories from 26 April – October 2021.
“Colour is what makes memories come alive and it does the same with architecture, bringing a sense of joy, personality and individuality to buildings of all types and scales – as well as being a little bit fun.” – Owen Hopkins, Director of the Farrell Centre at Newcastle University.
Excerpt from the introduction to Colour Memories Exhibition.
MoA’s online exhibition, Colour Memories, is a collection of personal stories about a colour chosen by a practice or an individual that holds purpose and meaning.
These stories range from childhood memories, to research for projects and life experiences. The narratives are punctuated by interviews with the participants and writings about the various aspects of colour in our world from its history, how it influences our wellbeing and teaching architects about designing with colour.
On 4 June vPPR will be announcing its Colour Memory on social media channels. Or you can view it in advance here at the Museum of Architecture.
Sponsored by Axalta Colour Experience Room.