Meet Barbara Bestor
“We have developed all sorts of strategies and techniques for creating atmosphere, even when the spaces we make can’t be quite as complex as we would like as 3-D built or material entities".
“It’s been a bit like the spiral path of an object being pulled into a black hole, each step bringing me closer to what I do now,” says London-based artist and designer, Moritz Waldemeyer.
“I’m in transition and I love it. I’m a maker. Perhaps one day I will call myself an architect. We’ll see,” says Niccolo Casas, Principal and Founder of Niccolo Casas Architecture and Lecturer at Rhode Island School of Design.
“Curiosity with all the digital tools is what makes me who I am,” says Architect and Visual Artist, Chantal Matar.
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“Garments are the closest thing to the skin, which makes them the perfect interface,” says Dutch Miami-based FashionTech designer, roboticist and innovator, Anouk Wipprecht.
“We broke every rule,” jokes co-founder and Principal of Synecdoche, Lisa Sauve.
"Heat's lazy. It wants to find the path of least resistance," says Technoform's National Sales Manager, Antony Hopper.
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“Architecture is this incredible profession where we get to design the world around us,” says New York-based BIM specialist and design technologist, Olly Thomas.
"The difference between places and times no longer seems to matter," says New York-based architect, designer and professor, Ferda Kolatan.
“Success is in the equilibrium between innovation and implementation.”