‘À Table’, Bits To Atoms, Studio Hanna Whitehead
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20 June 2023
Photo: Iwan Baan
We meet Lina Ghotmeh, the architect behind this year’s pavilion at London’s Serpentine Gallery, and visit a digital fabrication studio and research lab in Beirut. Plus: we catch up with Hanna Dís Whitehead in Iceland, a maker committed to working with local materials, wool and oat straw.
20 June 2023
Photo: Iwan Baan
Open until the end of October, the Serpentine Gallery’s annual pavilion, in London’s Hyde Park, is now welcoming visitors. This year’s structure, ‘À table’, is designed by French-Lebanese architect, Lina Ghotmeh.
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Photo: Billy Barraclough
We meet Guillaume Credoz, head of the digital fabrication and research lab, in Beirut. Using a range of production methods including 3D printing, the lab makes objects that vary in scale, from chairs to large outdoor structures.
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Photo: Studio Hanna Whitehead
The Icelandic designer shares why her recent practice has evolved to explore the use of hyperlocal materials. Her latest collection of homeware, Gentle Glow, is partly made from wool and oat straw, sourced from the back garden of her rural studio.
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