13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3BP 10am - 11.30am
At the heart of Sir John Soane’s Museum, Soane’s historic Drawing Office is the earliest surviving example of a working architectural office. To mark the 200th anniversary of its installation, the space is undergoing a programme of restoration, followed by the launch of new multi-layered digital interpretation and creation of the Museum’s first ever residency programme, Artist at Soane.
We will be joined on our visit by member and Conservator Peter Holmes who undertook the conservation of the desks.
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The Drawing Office or Students' Room at Sir John Soane's Museum. Detail from a larger composite watercolour of various views of the house by J.M. Gandy, 1822 @ Trustees of Sir John Soane's Museum, London.