2019 House & Garden Theatre & Workshops

2019 Theatre & Workshops

Experts Theatre 2019

Thu 20 Jun 11:30 to 12:15

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Speakers:

Elizabeth Metcalfe
Features Writer, House & Garden
Lucy Hammond Giles
Interior Designer
Allyson McDermott
Historic Wallpaper Specialist

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Where the past meets the present: how historic interiors inform today's decoration

Interior decorator Lucy Hammond-Giles and bespoke wallpaper maker and conservator, Allyson McDermott will discuss how historic interiors inform decoration today with Elizabeth Metcalfe, Features Writer, House & Garden.

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Thu 20 Jun 12:30 to 13:15

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Speakers:

Clare Foster
Garden Editor, House & Garden
Alasdair Cameron
Cameron Landscapes & Gardens

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House & Garden's Clare Foster in conversation with Garden Designer Alasdair Cameron

Alasdair Cameron, Managing Director of Cameron Gardens, runs a thriving garden design business in London and Devon. Clare Foster talks to him about his passion for plants and taps into his ideas for urban gardens and container planting, showcasing some of his London projects and his own garden in Devon. 

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Thu 20 Jun 13:30 to 14:15

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Anna Whitehead
Anna Whitehead Design Consultancy

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Interior design for health and wellbeing

It was Winston Churchill who said, “We shape our buildings, thereafter, our buildings shape us.” Research over the years has shown us that buildings have a direct effect on our physical & mental wellbeing. This is particularly significant, as we’re known to spend 90% of our lives within interior environments. We’re become increasingly aware of factors & lifestyles that can impact our health, but what part do interior environments play in enhancing or being detrimental to our wellbeing? If we want everyone in our building to be healthy, what design decisions need to be considered? Anna Whitehead discusses the principles, strategies & materials to consider when designing interior environments for our health & wellbeing. 

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Thu 20 Jun 15:00 to 15:45

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Sarah Khan
Partner & Conservation Architect

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What an architect can do for you

Architecture is an ancient profession, but the role of architect has constantly changed and evolved. It is surprising how many people today are unaware of the full range of an architect’s services. Giving practical examples, Sarah Khan will demonstrate both when an architect’s input is helpful, and what the reasons are for employing an architect. Referring to recent projects, she will illustrate what benefits an architect can bring to your home. She will also explain the practicalities of doing work to you house and how an architect can help with challenges, ranging from creative design solutions to applying for planning/ listed building/ building control consents as well as managing construction on site. 

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Summer Living Workshops

Thu 20 Jun 11:30 to 12:30

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How to Design a Garden - The Basic Principles with Andrew Duff & Liz Rawlinson

Join Andrew Duff and Liz Rawlinson from the Inchbald School of Design for a guided introduction on how to start designing a garden.
They will explain the basic principles of using the grid technique and will guide you through clear stages of the design process with the help of current students.

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Thu 20 Jun 13:30 to 14:30

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Champagne Tasting with Louis Roederer

Top tips to make you sound knowledgeable about Champagne from speaking the lingo to knowing what glasses to use, what temperature to serve it and how to open the bottle properly.

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Thu 20 Jun 15:30 to 16:30

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Chetna’s Healthy Indian

Chetna Makan was born in Jabalpur, an ancient city in central India. She has a degree in fashion and worked in Mumbai as a fashion designer before moving to the UK in 2003.

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