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Sir David Adjaye OBE will discuss the creative process behind "Ruby City," his first architectural project in Texas, as well as his collaboration with the late artist and philanthropist Linda Pace, whose drawings inspired his designs and material palette. In particular, Adjaye honors Pace’s striking force by adorning the building’s exterior with a precast concrete, fabricated in Mexico City and imbued with a rich red hue composed of minerals and glass glistening in the sunlight.

Sir David Adjaye OBE will discuss the creative process behind "Ruby City," his first architectural project in Texas, as well as his collaboration with the late artist and philanthropist Linda Pace, whose drawings inspired his designs and material palette. In particular, Adjaye honors Pace’s striking force by adorning the building’s exterior with a precast concrete, fabricated in Mexico City and imbued with a rich red hue composed of minerals and glass glistening in the sunlight.

Sir David Adjaye OBE will discuss the creative process behind "Ruby City," his first architectural project in Texas, as well as his collaboration with the late artist and philanthropist Linda Pace, whose drawings inspired his designs and material palette. In particular, Adjaye honors Pace’s striking force by adorning the building’s exterior with a precast concrete, fabricated in Mexico City and imbued with a rich red hue composed of minerals and glass glistening in the sunlight.

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Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University
1 Trinity Pl.
San Antonio, TX 78212
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