Join us and our special guest, Mark Dytham, Architect and Co-Founder of PechaKucha Nights, for an exciting evening of quick-fire presentations from some of London’s most dynamic architects, engineers and boroughs who have used London as a platform for innovation to provide for their fellow Londoners.
There has been a resurgence of manufacturing in London, makers and manufacturers are finding resources and creating within the city. How are architects, designers and makers using London's resources to inspire and create new products, interior fittings and buildings? What creative, inspiring spaces are being developed for making in the city? More and more, consumers want to understand the lineage of the product they are purchasing, they want to invest in the local community and support local businesses. How are London’s creators meeting these consumer preferences?
By looking at various projects across the city, London’s best examples of ingenuity, this pechakucha event will demonstrate the distinctiveness of making in London.
Mark Dytham , Architect and PechaKucha Night CoFounder, Klein-Dytham, Tokyo (Chair)
Andrew Beharrell, Executive Director,Pollard Thomas Edwards
Sarah Considine, Associate , Cass Cities
Maria Cheung, Head of Interiors, Squire and Partners
Holly Lewis, Co-founder and Partner, We Made That
Kate Malone, Artist
Stephen Pey, Associate Director, EPR
Matthew Quinn, Director, Pipers Design
Nicola Rutt, Partner, HawkinsBrown