Architect Malkit Shoshan explores the impact of war and violence on the built environment and how to design a future space in which to live and inhabit in these contexts.
Presenting architects in conversation with creative figures, Architecture Foundation’s headline annual lecture sees architect Sam Jacob in conversation with Dutch visual artist Madelon Vriesendorp.
Madelon Vriesendorp is a practising artist who co-founded the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) with Rem Koolhaas, Elia and Zoe Zenghelis in 1975. Vriesendorp has taught art and design at several schools, including the Architectural Association and the Edinburgh School of Art. Recent exhibitions include The World of Madelon Vriesendorp at the Architectural Association and Lina Bo Bardi: Together, starting in London and ending in Sao Paolo.
Sam Jacob is principal of Sam Jacob Studio for architecture and design. His work spans scales and disciplines ranging from master planning and urban design through architecture, design and art projects. Recent projects include the design of the V&A Gallery in Shenzhen, China and A Very Small Part of Architecture, an installation in Highgate Cemetery commissioned by The Architecture Foundation.
Architectural photographer and film maker Jim Stephenson will discuss how to promote your work and practice through quality photographs and video. He will explore the importance of colour, composition, interaction and atmosphere within architectural photography, as well as discussing the possibilities your camera equipment offers. This is a session designed specifically for architects looking to improve their own photography.
The unique and innovative exhibition layout of ARCHITECT@WORK was created by C4 -Creative Fo(u)r.
In order to ensure the optimal contact between exhibitors and visitors, visitors are automatically led along a route that winds its way through small, uniform modules. First contact takes place at the stand.
The innovations showcased by the exhibitors are presented in corner units and on the walls. In each box, which comprises four corner units, a multimedia console takes centre stage (for PC/laptop).
At ARCHITECT@WORK, traditional aisles are transformed into lounge areas: places to enjoy a drink, to chat and to provide further explanation about innovative products, applications or services.
If you are an architect, designer, buyer, specifier or decision maker then Surface Design Show is a must-attend event to source products, meet suppliers, network, learn from industry professionals, gain new insights and connect with innovative and exciting materials.
2019’s highlights include…
Over 150 exhibiting companies from 10 different countries
Our Light School section offers the very best in architectural lighting innovations and inspiration
The Stone Gallery and its Stone Hub is an industry leading event for specifying natural stone
39 presentations on 3 different stages with some 52 speakers covering an exceptional range of topics
Curated by trend consultant Sally Angharad and trend and colour forecaster Colour Hive, Surface Spotlight Live is our own ‘library’ of innovative and inspiring materials for you to touch and feel
New to Surface Design Show will be our New Talent area. 16 of the brightest new talents around will be coming to London to show off their designs