NLA presents Where Design Meets London, exploring how new design concepts and smart ideas are transforming London’s urban environment, chaired by Director Catherine Staniland.
As London becomes an increasingly 24-hour cultural city, how can new cutting edge smart technologies, lighting and infrastructure improve our interactions with the city?
Julian Maynard studied Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art and is a Fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers. He is the founder of the design practice Maynard with studios in London, Melbourne and Auckland. They are currently working with TfL, Crossrail, JLR and City of Melbourne.
Since January of this year, Orhan Ertughrul has been the driving force behind the formation of G-Smatt Europe. Working closely with the South Korean founders, G-Smatt Europe is bringing its innovative smart media glass to both the architecture and events industry. This is a product that is set to transform the digital city scape.
Florence Lam is an Arup Fellow and leads Arup’s global lighting design practice. Her particular expertise in daylight, visual perception and holistic lighting approach play a key role in many of her projects, from museums to airports, bridges to city precincts all over the world. She has been responsible for a range of lighting projects including the London Olympic Games 2012, Tate Modern, the Millennium Bridge and many more.
Managing Director at Futurecity, Lucy Kennedy leads the London team of 20 staff in the development and delivery of culture-driven placemaking and regeneration, cultural masterplanning and world-class art commissioning. Lucy has spent over 15 years working in the art and design sector and is proud to head up an organisation with over 80% female staff.
Catherine Staniland, Director, New London Architecture
Julian Maynard, Director, Maynard Design
Florence Lam, Global Lighting Design Leader, Arup Fellow
Orhan Erthughrul, Executive Vice President, G-Smatt Europe
Lucy Kennedy, Managing Director, Futurecity
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designjunction returns to the spectacular King’s Cross site 21-24 September for this year’s annual London Design Festival. Following the success of the 2016 event, which attracted 27,000 visitors over five days, designjunction will expand across new King’s Cross locations.
Taking place across five destinations including Cubitt House and Cubitt Park, The Canopy, Granary Square and The Crossing – a mix of global furniture, lighting, accessory, material and technology brands will exhibit alongside pop-up shops, installations, and interactive features. designjunction presents more than 200 of the world’s most iconic design brands to the world’s leading design professionals. It’s a junction connecting the industry – a place to meet, do business and be inspired.
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