London Festival of Architecture Director Tamsie Thomson talks about creating your own career path, and how time out travelling can be beneficial, rather than detrimental to your success. Please describe your role. I started in February as the London Festival o...
Intimating uniting cultures with ‘Tasty Home: We Invite You’, Mi Ree explores the power of the personal setting.
Giada Giachino is on the brink of creating an innovative sustainable material from lobster shells and idea that could potentially be rolled out to interiors and architecture.
Silently evoking curiosity and touch through ceramics Jie Yang adapts natures most delicate of materials; feathers.
BD’s YAYA award recognises young architects creativity as well as their working practices. This years recipients, Feilden Fowles, reveal how they got stared and share their methods for success.
Eleanor Jolliffe not only balances her Part 3 studies with her 9-5 job, but she also writes for a host of top architecture titles. She explains how she got her journalism break and how she juggles all of her commitments.
Matthew Kobylar, Head of Interiors, Workplace Strategy at Arney Fender Katsalidis shares his advice for budding designers and the strategy behind his own career.
Meet Hiro Aso, Head of Transport and Architecture for the world’s largest practice, Gensler.
Read his career journey and his passion for rail, “Stations aren’t just a portal for people to get on and off trains – it’s a lot more than that.”
Meet Sarah Housley; “We’re not just saying, ‘You should make your dress in pink next season’, we’re saying, ‘Here are the key colours, and here’s our thinking behind it’.
Read Eva’s career story and her approach to architecture.
“As an architect you struggle, but there’s always this process of joy when you succeed. And if you don’t succeed then what the hell, just start again!”