House & Home Stage

Hosted by House & Home editor Helen Barrett

The House and Home tent comes alive this year with a stage designed by FT columnist Luke Edward Hall. Sessions will focus on a wide range of topics, from gardening in an era of climate change, to masterclasses on flower arranging, interior design, and caring for listed-buildings. We will also tackle tough questions about London’s housing crisis, and ask whether the property ladder as we know it is over.


SESSIONS INCLUDE:

GARDENING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE
Robin Lane Fox
and garden designer Dan Pearson, in a session chaired by Lucy Watson

FLORAL DESIGN MASTERCLASS
Shane Connolly
in conversation with Maria Crawford

IS THIS THE END OF THE PROPERTY LADDER?
Nathan Brooker
talks to independent buying agent Henry Pryor, housing analyst Neal Hudson and economist, Grace Blakeley

FIXING LONDON’S HOUSING CRISIS
Miranda Green
hosts a discussion with Marc Vlessing from Pocket Living, Reza Merchant from the Collective and Hannah Slater of Generation Rent

 

HOW TO STYLE A HOME THE LUKE EDWARD HALL WAY
An interior design masterclass with Luke Edward Hall, in conversation with Helen Barrett

THE JOY OF LIVING IN — AND CARING FOR — LISTED HOUSES
Helen Barrett hosts a discussion with Albert Hill, founder of The Modern House, Will Palin, chief conservation officer at Greenwich Royal Naval College and Caroline Stanford, chief historian at the Landmark Trust

CONCEPTUAL ART TO URBAN MEGASTRUCTURE
An audience with Elizabeth Diller: the Hudson Yards and V&A architect in conversation with Eddie Heathcote

SPEAKERS INCLUDE:


STAGE PARTNER

 
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