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Super Talks Programme 2012

Visitors can enjoy over 20 hours of talks, workshops & tours with high profile speakers including Will Alsop, Jurgen Bey, John McRay, Dan Ziglam, Laurie Pressman, Dimitirs Karampatakis, Ed Gillespie, Pavlo Schtakleff, and many more

All talks are free to attend; however, they booked out fast last year, so be sure to book online in advance so not to miss out.

 

Schedule: Thursday, 20 Friday, 21 Saturday, 22 Sunday, 23

 

Thursday, 20 September

11:00 – 13:30hrs > Trend Trail Talks by Mix

 

As part of the colour and trend consultancy: Global Color Research™, the colour experts behind Mix magazine and Mix Trends, will explore how the colour green will evolve from season to season through a series of inspirational talks. These seminars are part of trend installation, The Trend Trail, located through halls at Tent London.

  • 11:00 – The evolution of the colour green. Speaker: Hannah Malein.
  • 12:00 – Panel Discussion. Speakers: Laura Perryman; plus the companies & artists taking part in the Trend Trail.
  • 12:45 & 14:30 – Trend Trail Tour. Guides: Sally Davies & Hannah Malein, colour consultants.

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13:45 – 15:45hrs > Made to Order: Systems around service. 

 

Debates the affects of customisation on society by discussing contemporary trends in design and architecture – the broader social and service systems that frame our daily lives. Speakers: Mary Rose Cook, UsCreates; Emma Gasson, Thinkpublic; and Nick Marsh, Sidekick Studios. Curated by MA Curating Contemporary Design, Kingston University in association with the Design Museum.

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16:00 – 17:00hrs > The Concept Lounge: Playing with Tradition with NgispeN

 

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Design in Life talks series considers the notion of ‘Super Brands’ and ‘life styling’ to explore how and why through a clever concoction of design and advertising these brands have developed so successfully.  Join special guest designers and creatives to reflect on the relationship between identity, aesthetics and our surroundings to examine the impact that design has within these narrative environments and on our everyday lives. Speakers:Richard Hutten, Art Director;  Charly Jongejans – NgispeN.

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18:00 – 19:00hrs > Whiter than White, an introduction to Materials Council

 

Introduction and discusion on Material Council’s installation at Super Brands London ‘Whiter than White’ – an exploration of the pursuit of ‘whiteness’ in the built environment. What makes a material white and what concessions must be made by designers in the face of practical, economic and environmental constraints? Speakers: Ian Hunter, Brad Turner.

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Friday, 21 September

11:00 – 13:30hrs > Trend Trail Talks by Mix

 

As part of the colour and trend consultancy: Global Color Research™, the colour experts behind Mix magazine and Mix Trends, will explore how the colour green will evolve from season to season through a series of inspirational talks. These seminars are part of trend installation, The Trend Trail, located through halls at Tent London.

  • 11:00 – 30 mins with Pantone. Speaker: Laurie Pressman, Vice President, USA.
  • 11:30 – 30 mins with Cutting Technologies. Speaker: Jane Robinson, Director.
  • 12:00 – The evolution of the colour green: Speaker: Hannah Malein.
  • 12:45 & 14:30 – Trend Trail Tour. Guides: Sally Davies & Hannah Malein, colour consultants.

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13:45 – 15:45hrs > Made to Order: Negotiating the City Experience.

 

Debates the affects of customisation on society – how organisations are intervening to change and adapt the needs of a cities’ population through sustainability and community regeneration. Speakers: Will Alsop, ALL Design; Ed Gillespie, Futerra Sustainability Communications; Professor Lorraine Gamman, DACRC; and Esther Everett (London Legacy Development Corporation). Curated by MA Curating Contemporary Design, Kingston University in association with the Design Museum.

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16:00 – 17:00hrs > The Concept Lounge: Inspired by nature’s design – Ginger & Jagger

Design in Life talks series considers the notion of ‘Super Brands’ and ‘life styling’ to explore how and why through a clever concoction of design and advertising these brands have developed so successfully.  Join special guest designers and creatives to reflect on the relationship between identity, aesthetics and our surroundings to examine the impact that design has within these narrative environments and on our everyday lives. Speaker:Paula Sousa, CEO, Ginger & Jagger.

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17:00 – 18:00hrs > The Concept Lounge: Beyond a Concept – The Brand Story of Sé

 

Established in 2007 to unite the best designers with the finest artisan craftspeople in Europe and to champion new materials and processes, Sé’s approach of marrying tradition with modern techniques creates furniture that is timeless and provides an element of glamour and fantasy. Two critically acclaimed furniture collections later, including a collaboration with Jaime Hayon, Sé has established itself as a fixture on the international design scene. Speakers: Pavlo Schtakleff, co-founder, Sé; in conversation with Simon Keane-Cowell Architecture & Design Editor, Architonic.

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Saturday, 22 September

11:00 – 13:30hrs > The Trend Trail Talks by Mix

 

As part of the colour and trend consultancy: Global Color Research™, the colour experts behind Mix magazine and Mix Trends, will explore how the colour green will evolve from season to season through a series of inspirational talks. These seminars are part of trend installation, The Trend Trail, located through halls at Tent London.

  • 11:00 – 30 mins with Rafel Oliva.
  • 11:30 – 30 mins with Artwood. Speaker: Sid Azzoo, Managing Director
  • 12:00 – The evolution of the colour green. Speaker: Hannah Malein.
  • 12:45 & 14:30 – Trend Trail Tour. Guides: Sally Davies & Hannah Malein, colour consultants.

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13:45 – 15:45hrs > Made to Order: Revealing product narratives

 

Debates the affects of customisation on society by discussing contemporary trends in design and architecture – the wider story of products. Speakers: James Pitt, Ellen MacArthur Foundation; Jurgen Bey, Studio Makkink&Bey; and designer Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad. Curated by MA Curating Contemporary Design, Kingston University in association with the Design Museum.

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Sunday, 23 September

11:00 – 13:30hrs > The Trend Trail Talks by Mix

 

As part of the colour and trend consultancy: Global Color Research™, the colour experts behind Mix magazine and Mix Trends, will explore how the colour green will evolve from season to season through a series of inspirational talks. These seminars are part of trend installation, The Trend Trail, located through halls at Tent London.

  • 11:30 – 30 mins with Daniel Heath.
  • 12:00 – The evolution of the colour green. Speaker: Hannah Malein.
  • 12:45 & 13:30 – Trend Trail Tour. Guides: Sally Davies & Hannah Malein, colour consultants.
    *Special tour for students who want to learn more about trends.

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13:45 – 15:45hrs > Made to Order: Architecture and its public 

 

Debates the affects of customisation on society by discussing contemporary trends in design and architecture – ‘how do we define the public that we build and design for today?’. Speakers: Jason Flanagan, BFLS; John McRae, ORMS architecture design; and Dimitris Karampatakis, K-studio. Curated by MA Curating Contemporary Design, Kingston University in association with the Design Museum.

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16:00 – 17:00hrs > The Concept Lounge: The Deadgood Story

Design in Life talks series considers the notion of ‘Super Brands’ and ‘life styling’ to explore how and why through a clever concoction of design and advertising these brands have developed so successfully.  Join special guest designers and creatives to reflect on the relationship between identity, aesthetics and our surroundings to examine the impact that design has within these narrative environments and on our everyday lives.Speaker: Dan Ziglam, Director, Deadgood.

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