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Migrating Studios? The Future of Creative Spaces

As this year’s Designers in Residence opens, media partner Blueprint hosts an event with the museum at Super Talks, Tent London looking at the future of creative spaces.

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This ticket gives you free entry to Tent London & Super Brands London, please bring your ticket with you.

What is the future of the creative space? As artists and designers migrate from London what will its impact be on the city? To coincide with the opening of Designers in Residence at the Design Museum, Blueprint editor Johnny Tucker chairs a discussion with invited guests and younger designer residents at this year’s Super Talks at Tent London.

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Levent Kerimol

Levent Kerimol is a Principal Officer in the GLA Regeneration Team. Levent has managed funding for High Streets projects and has also worked on masterplans and project delivery in London Riverside and the Thames Gateway at the London Development Agency. He studied Architecture at Cambridge, and has taught Spatial Planning at the Cass School.

Chris Green

An architectural designer whose work forges new relationships between people, technology and the city. After graduating in Architecture from the Royal College of Art and receiving the New London Architecture prize, Chris spent two years as a Research Fellow at MIT Senseable City Lab.

Alexa Pollmann

A speculative designer who seeks to challenge the current notion of 'wear'. After graduating in Design Interactions from the Royal College of Art, Alexa founded Peut-Porter, a multimedia platform she uses to explore the intersection of fashion, the future, technology and the potential of garments.

Herbert Wright

Herbert Wright a Contributing Editor of Blueprint magazine,as well as editor-at-large for the Journal of Wild Culture, contributor to Architecture d'Aujourd'hui and others. He is a non-fiction author and his books include London High (about the past present and future of London's skyscrapers) and Instant Cities.

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