Forensic Architecture is an independent research agency based at Goldsmiths, University of London. It was recently nominated for the short list to win the most prestigious Turner art prize in UK. There work involves investigating human rights violations using architectural, journalistic, legal and political fields. Continue reading
The Impact Hub is one of many emerging coworking spaces in London. As soon as you enter this warm and inviting space it is clear what the brand is about. Continue reading
New work from the critically acclaimed British artist Grayson Perry is exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London. The title of this portrait exhibition is “Who are you?” It is an investigation into modern identity and lifestyles. Continue reading
Movements are the sign of the times at the moment. Why are they so timely? Popularity of movements originates from growing influence of bottom-up approach in organisations and ‘power to people’ attitude in society. But movements have long history, and there is an exhibition at the V&A called Disobedient Objects that examines the role of objects in movements for social change.
In dense city areas better utilising of rooftops in multiple ways is a growing trend. It is all about a growing need of how to make cities more self-sufficient and resilient. One great example is the Dalston Rooftop Park. Continue reading
The standard of Designs of the Year exhibition at the Design Museum is high this time and well worth visiting in my opinion. Pictured is one of many social designs and the winner of the transportation category MORPH FOLDING WHEEL for wheelchairs designed by Vitamins for Maddak Inc. Continue reading
If you already didn’t know Trashion (trash+fashion) baggade is about recycled advertising banners put together in a new way in making bags with a street flair by a Spanish brand Vaho.