Make Space: Haptic Architects

Second lecture in a new series of talk. Make Space focuses on different types of interior spaces and how they can be reinvented.

This series of talks explores different types of interior spaces, from the reinvention of whole buildings to temporary installation and internal fit-out and reuse.

A number of highly regarded designers and architects, all of whom are based in and work in London, have been invited to talk about the challenges of designing and delivering different interior spaces. The talks will run throughout the new year, focusing on the craft and making of internal spaces. This is part of our public lecture programme and is open to all. 

Second lecture by Scott Grady and Timo Haedrich of Haptic Architects, who have been shortlisted for the BD Interior Architect of the Year 2016 and for AJ Small Projects Awards 2016.

Established in 2009, the practice is based in London and Oslo.

“Our designs are inspired by nature and formed through a critical, iterative design process. A strong emphasis is given to the user experience. Haptic means 'related to the sense of touch'. A shift away from the optical to the haptic benefits the users of our buildings.” Haptic Architects

Chaired by Andy Stone, co-curated with Zoe Berman.


Two black and white images. On the left side a landscape and on the right side a structure
Date Tuesday, 16 February 2016, 6pm
Location CR100 Commercial Road
59 - 63 Whitechapel High Street
London E1 7PF

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