Damla Turgut turned her back on the legal profession, relocate to the UK and establish Otto Tiles. A specialist in hand-made ceramics, she travels extensively to research and source new materials, patterns and producers.
Squire & Partners Winter Windows 2019, is an illuminated installation by students from Lansdowne School working with architects and modelmakers from the practice.
New Standards is an exhibition that will explore the history of the often overlooked, but internationally significant Puutalo consortium, which designed and manufactured timber buildings in Finland from the 1940s to the 1980s
Deeyah Khan is an award-winning documentary filmmaker of South Asian origin who was raised in Norway. Her work addresses issues surrounding religion, extremism, cultural and societal expectations, questioning stereotypes, with the intention to educate, empower and inspire change
The existing Auditorium, is a great example of Modernism, designed by iconic Israeli architects Arieh Sharon and Benjamin Idelson in 1955.
The 2020 edition of ARCHITECT@WORK 29th & 30th January at the Old Truman Brewery
Congratulations Dirk Koy, his work «ground» won the Basler Medienkunstpreis this week. The work is currently exhibited at HeK Basel during the Regionale 20 until 29th December 2019
Eco-Visionaries examines humankind’s ecological impact on the planet and brings together artists, designers and architects from across the globe who are confronting these environmental issues through their practice.
The inaugural exhibition of contemporary artist Dominic Harris, recently opened to the public at Halcyon’s flagship gallery in Mayfair and runs until the end of 2019
Justyna is the host of the Justyna Green podcast, which brings you insightful conversations with the arts & design’s most inspiring figures – from designers to illustrators, editors to architects and everybody in between.
In this episode, Justyna speaks with Camille Walala on happiness and creativity