Part 2 of Storience’s Branding workshop for Architecture and Design. This seminar will focus on Brand Identity and how its uniqueness can help make a difference.
Choosing the life of hotels and short-term sublets, homelessCEO abandoned the typical home lifestyle in 2009. This year Cillín Perera showcases a selection of his Instagram images of tranquil landscapes and lifeless urban architecture.
As part of LFA2015 we are co-hosting an architecture-minded workshop with Storience. This limited admission training provides an introduction to what brands and branding mean today (i.e. a lot more than slapping logos on stuff). Register to participate in a session of concepts, exercises, interaction and discussion with Stefan Liute.
Maria exhibits her collection digital collages from geometric styles to assorted forgotten faces. Transforming everyday happy accidents into digital neon prints.
6 speakers, 6 minutes each, 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. Fast, fun idea sharing. The aim is to take information off the desk, out of the screen and into the social scene, promoting real life interactions which lead to collaborations.
Adrem is hosting a series of Architecture BIM Events over the next couple of months to explain different perspectives on “Why is BIM Good for Small Practices?” Joining us on our first breakfast seminar is Robert Klaschka, founder of Studio Klaschka.
Showcasing in London for one week only, ‘White Rabbit’ is a series of illustration drawings by emerging artist, Josh, from New Zealand. Crimson City Inc. depicts detailed artworks using ballpoint pens and other traditional media.
An art performance to translate what words mean to say. Giordano Boetti the founder of GB creates this interactive performance with his audience, moulding their moral and artistic principles to become the art.
Laura Lea Design is hosting a collection of paintings, prints and hand knitted wall hangings by artists Elspeth Hamilton and Sophie Adamson.
This is an exhibition bringing together the artistic interests of Architect Farzana Kazi-Hossain and Interior Designer Sabina Grabauskaite through their diametrically conceived abstract paintings.