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Tom Dixon kicks off series of architecture and design events in Kings Cross

PUBLISHED: 15:47 12 July 2018 | UPDATED: 15:57 12 July 2018

Tom Dixon will be taking guests on a tour of his new Kings Cross headquarters before hosting a dinner at nearby restaurant Spiritland.

Tom Dixon will be taking guests on a tour of his new Kings Cross headquarters before hosting a dinner at nearby restaurant Spiritland.

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Architecture and design discussion group New London Architecture will be hosting a series of dinners at Spiritland in Kings Cross this summer, starting with an event featuring renowned furniture, lighting and home accessory designer Tom Dixon, on Thursday, July 26.

Spiritland, the audio-cafe and restaurant in Kings Cross where the events will take place, has a world-class soundsystem. Photo: Ed ReeveSpiritland, the audio-cafe and restaurant in Kings Cross where the events will take place, has a world-class soundsystem. Photo: Ed Reeve

The event series invites the public to hear from leading designers and architects who are instrumental to the transformation of Kings Cross. Over a three-course dinner they will discuss their work between playing their favourite music, at audio-cafe and restaurant Spiritland in Kings Cross.

On July 26, the public are invited to an exclusive tour of the new Tom Dixon studios, between six and 10.30pm, led by Tom himself, followed by dinner at Spiritland, with conversation about the ideas that have guided Tom and how music has inspired him.

He will also be playing a selection of his favourite music on the world-class Spiritland soundsystem. The talk will be led by New London Architecture Chairman Peter Murray.

Sadie Morgan, founding director of architecture practice dRMM, will host the second dinner and discussion on September 6. Photo: Kajsa KaxSadie Morgan, founding director of architecture practice dRMM, will host the second dinner and discussion on September 6. Photo: Kajsa Kax

Subsequent events will be hosted by Sadie Morgan, founding director of architecture practice dRMM and Michel Mossessian, principal of Mossessian Architects, on September 6 and 27.

Tickets for each night cost £99, with one third of proceeds going to the Hendy/Murray Fund, which champions diversity and accessibility in architectural training.

For more information and to book tickets visit the New London Architecture website.

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