| Wouldn't it be Nice: Dunne & Raby |
Listen to Dunne and Raby in conversation with the Embankment Galleries' curator Claire Catterall. They start by answering the question, “What is critical design?"
| Summer Nights - Dow Jones Architects|
Chaired by Peter Jenkinson, Biba Dow and Alun Jones from Dow Jones Architects focus their talk around five projects, beginning with the project they started their practice with and ending with the one that’s currently on site.
| Summer Nights - voonwong&bensonsaw|
Chaired by Justin McGuirk, editor of icon magazine, Benson Saw and Voon Wong from voonwong&bensonsaw talk about the influences that have inspired their work and the relationship between product design and their architectural projects.
| Summer Nights - Glowacka Rennie Architects |
This is the second of the Architecture Foundation’s “Summer Nights” lecture series, chaired by Beatrice Galilee, icon’s architecture editor. Agnieszka Glowacka from Glowacka Rennie Architects talks about four of their main projects, their design processes and their master-plan schemes.
| Summer Nights – Matthew Springett Associates |
This is the first of the Architecture Foundation’s “Summer Nights” lecture series, chaired by Claire Barrett, editor of Grand Designs magazine.
| The Brompton Stoops|
Watch the video of the construction of the Brompton Stoops. The cardboard structures were designed by 6a Architects with graphics by icon magazine.
| Industrial design is defunct|
Listen to Jurgen Bey, Luke Pearson, Tony Dunne and Sebastian Bergne debating for and against the position “Industrial design is defunct” on this podcast.
| Sumer Erek|
Artist Sumer Erek talks about the concept and design of his Newspaper House installation in Gillett Square, east London.