Alex Haw // How intimate do you want your relationship with your space to be?

30 January 2013 | Comment Here

Alex Haw relates architecture to sex and the body, talking sensuality and movement, life and circulation. Discussing his own projects in these terms, Alex gives a funny and thoughtful talk about his work, and its relationship to people. http://www.atmosstudio.com/ From WOW TALKS // ARCHITECTURE, Thursday 31st May 2012, at THE HUB WESTMINSTER

Ali Miller // What object would you share to connect with other people?

14 October 2013 | Comment Here

Ali Miller is one of Britain’s most exciting homeware designers. Trained in fine art and sculpture, her range of quirky and nostalgic home wares is very much inspired by her personal history. From her fine bone china creations through to cushions and tea towels, the design begins through a series of intricate collages, which eventually are transferred onto the likes […]

Jonathan Beswick // What could you achieve if you knew you could not fail?

30 January 2013 | Comment Here

Over the last ten years Jon has journeyed to over 100 countries, driven buses across Eastern Europe, motorcycled over the Himalayas, ridden camels across desserts and achieved the first winter summit of Iraq’s highest mountain. His expeditions combine personal challenge with research on how the lives and architecture of people living in extreme environments are sculpted by their environment. These […]

George Thompson // Who (rather than what) is your subconscious?

30 January 2013 | Comment Here

George Thompson talks about how him and his friend started their design company Visitor Studio. He discusses the work they do and their approach to it, which involves them almost taking a back seat and letting the work develop by itself. http://www.visitorstudio.co.uk/r8.html WOW TALKS // ARCHITECTURE, Thursday 31st May 2012, at THE HUB WESTMINSTER

Theo Bard // Singer & Songwriter

30 January 2013 | Comment Here

Theo Bard provided the entertainment for our recent WOW Talks, Architecture, discussing his singing and songwriting, as well as the benefits of collaboration. He also sang for for us two lovely folk songs which we’re sure you’ll enjoy. http://www.wearebard.com/about/ WOW TALKS // ARCHITECTURE, Thursday 31st May 2012, at THE HUB WESTMINSTER

Miya Ushida // What goes into the pot to create what you do?

30 January 2013 | Comment Here

Miya discusses architecture in terms of cooking – how her approach to architecture, like cooking, is about taking the available ingredients and putting them together in your own way. http://www.ushida-findlay.com/ From WOW TALKS // ARCHITECTURE, Thursday 31st May 2012, at THE HUB WESTMINSTER

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