30th October, 2019 at 9:30am
Ideas for Breakfast: Nick Wood
Talk | Dishoom Carnaby Street — For our members and programme participants

Join us for a design-led conversation over some delicious breakfast in the conservatory at Dishoom Carnaby.

The Ideas for Breakfast series has been graced by a feast of designers and creative business maestros. From Wagamama's Alan Yau to Suitcase Magazine’s Serena Guen, Cubitts founder Tom Broughton to The Gourmand's editor Dave Lane — all have generously shared their storries and learnings in the comfort of Dishoom's Kingly Street conservatory. 

On the morning of Wednesday 30th October, you’re invited to the next session of the series. We’ll be sitting down to talk with Nick Wood, founder, architect and chief maker at How About Studio. With a wealth of architectural experience, Nick founded his creative practice in 2010, and for the past decade has been intersecting art and architecture through projects at a number of leading cultural institutions and brands from Whitechapel Gallery to ZSL London Zoo. Nick's work is energetic, playful and endlessly imaginative — translating ideas into memorable physical experiences.

Nick will be in conversation with YCN’s Ella Reynolds and we'd love for you to come along. Drop us a line below if you’d like to join and we’ll save you a seat and some fine breakfast.

Event Details
  • Location:
    Kingly Street,
    London, W1B 5QB,
    United Kingdom
  • Start:
    30th October, 2019 at 9:30am
  • End:
    30th October, 2019 at 11:00am

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