As part of London Festival of Architecture, we're hosting the creative studio SODA, and a brilliant panel of design thinkers to explore the blurring boundaries of the practice.
Design is a multifaceted discipline where boundaries blur and are in a constant state of flux. This affects many aspects of creative output but the symbiotic relationship between architecture and graphic design has never been more entwined than it is now. The shape of buildings and structures are incorporated into graphic identities, while branding is now a part of early concept discussions to help define what places and spaces should be.
SODA studio was founded on the belief that design must be approached from a holistic standpoint. The practice produces groundbreaking architecture and innovative graphic strategies, and has started merging the two on single projects. On the evening of 11th June, SODA will host an evening of discussion and debate about the role of graphics and architecture in contemporary society.
Speakers will include Russell Potter director at SODA, Joy Nazzarri of dn&co, Martyn Evans of U+I and Morag Myerscough. Collectively they'll be looking at the ways we shape environments through bold visions and beautiful forms.
Some more details from SODA in their own words here, and if you'd like to come along drop us a line in the form below.
Location:58-60 Rivington Street,
London, EC2A 3AU,
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Start:11th June, 2019 at 6:00pm
End:11th June, 2019 at 8:00pm
Cost:For our members and programme participants