Director, Neal Charlton, will be speaking at the Isle of Man’s Isle of Architecture initiative.
The Isle of Architecture is a year-long celebration of the built environment, and aims to encourage appreciation of the Isle of Man’s rich and varied architectural heritage and to promote the value of good, appropriate modern design.
Through a series of interactive digital initiatives and live events it invites people of all ages to take a greater interest in the buildings that surround them, raising awareness, encouraging new perspectives and stimulating debate.
Neal will be joining a panel of historic building experts for a symposium exploring the creative and sympathetic re-use and re-purposing of historic buildings, and will talk specifically on modern interventions within historic buildings and contexts drawing on examples from Buttress’ rich portfolio of heritage work.
The symposium ‘The Creative Reuse of Historic Buildings’ will be held on 21 July at the Manx Museum, Douglas. Find out more here: Isle of Architecture