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Dexter Moren Associates exhibition
Start Date 28/09/2008
End Date 10/10/2008
Location Dreamspace Gallery, London 
Country United Kingdom 
Description Dexter Moren Associates is an architecture, urban and interior design practice to be noticed. Respected for innovation in the hotel and leisure sector, DMA has over 5000 bedrooms in the design and construction stage in the UK and overseas. Their expertise in housing, mixed use and master planning completes their offer of commercial, clever and creative design solutions for their loyal clientele. They are now exposing this expertise through their first solo exhibition at the dreamspace gallery, showing visitors what makes the practice so unique. The projects. The culture. And the people. The debut DMA exhibition looks back at projects built in the last 12 months and celebrates the success of schemes on the cusp of being introduced into the public realm. Key projects on show include the prominent Carlton Intercontinental Hotel in Cannes, starting on site in November 2008, the development of which is set to enhance its already iconic presence along the French Riviera. DMA’s sustainable approach to architecture and interior design is commendable and can be seen in the soon to be complete Paddington Novotel which aims to achieve an excellent BREEAM rating. Mention of these projects is just a teaser. Dexter Moren Associates intend to bare all, exhibiting more than just a selection of their built and pending work, opening up to expose what it is that makes their practice tick and how their 40+ strong team offers more than just design services. Through models, animations, photographs and storyboards, the viewer is sure to experience the DMA culture as if they were nestled in the very heart of their Camden Town studio. 
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