Lonneke will be in Beijing for Assembly 2018 from 25 to 27 October for a programme of talks, film screenings and performances exploring China's burgeoning architecture and design scene. On October 25 from 1PM Lonneke will share her work and on 27 October (Saturday) she will join Ben Hobson for a discussion at the first Serpentine Pavilion in Beijing to talk about how design improves daily life.
NEW EXHIBITION AT KAZERNE:
ONGOING DIALOGUE – NEW DESIGN BY OLD FRIENDS
This exhibition celebrates the many designers who contributed to Kazerne becoming a Home of Design. Recent work by over 40 leading and promising designers including Studio Drift, Lidewij Edelkoort & Kiki van Eijk for Google, Maarten Baas and Léa Mazy will be on display until spring 2019.
July 22, Lonneke will talk at 'Design Society', in Shenzhen - a pioneering collaboration between China Merchants Shekou and the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), and China's first Design Museum - about Studio Drifts inspiration and projects. Our Fragile Future Concrete Chandelier is featured in the site-specific exhibition 'Values of Design'. More information: link.
Gordijn and Nauta engage with contemporary topics such as sustainability, the significance of natural processes for today’s environment, and issues raised by the use of augmented reality.
During this Sunday Seminar Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta of Studio Drift talk with trailblazing thinkers who are each known for their unique expertise on and exciting approach to the relationship nature-human-technology. And in two columns examples of their vibrant creative backdrop are given.
PHD bureau book launch: How an Object becomes a Symbol?
The presentation of the book series How an Object becomes a Symbol will bring together the author of the project Lana Grineva, editor Olga Kosyreva, and Dutch artist Ralph Nauta, founder of Studio Drift.
From April 25, the Stedelijk Museum presents the exhibition 'Studio Drift: Coded Nature’ a retrospective of our work, until August 26. On display are 16 of our site specific sculptures are on discplay. April 24th we celebrate the festive opening of the first solo exhibition.