Speakers Corner: THE JOY of NOT KNOWING

A lecture by Andy Merritt and Paul Smythe Something & Son.

Andy Merritt and Paul Smythe, who both lead Studio 3: Something & Son, introduced this studio by saying: "Something & Son’s Studio Design by Occupation will inspire you to make your own dreams and ideas happen by learning how to occupy space and self initiate projects. By the end of the studio we want you to think of yourself as a much as an entrepreneur or activist as a designer - someone who can have an idea, occupy an interior and bring it to life as something powerful and beautiful."

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Date  23 October 2015
Time  1pm - 2pm
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Past public lectures and events at the School of Design

Refashion East

9th-10th May

Celebrating London’s fashion history through the Aldgate area, home of the Huguenots and the epicentre of the UK’s rag trade roots

Celebration Week 2015

9-13 February 2015

Students, staff and studios across The Cass celebrate and share their work in progress with panels of critics and invited guests.

Natural, mystic, avant-garde

Tuesday 17th November 2015, 5:30pm

An evening of lectures dedicated to contemporary Polish jewellery.

Speakers Corner: Social Innovation through Art and Design

9 January 2015

A lecture by Dr Sung Hee Ahn.

Speakers Corner: Luxury Design Process

A lecture by Jens Schaumann: Casa Forma

Speakers Corner: Rita Parniczky

A lecture by Rita Parniczky.

Speakers Corner: THE JOY of NOT KNOWING

23 October 2015, 1-2pm

A lecture by Andy Merritt and Paul Smythe Something & Son.

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