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Silo Studio

Jochen Holz

ASSEMBLE

Hilda Hellström

Parsha Gerayesh

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Silo Studio

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About Silo Studio Silo Studio is a collaboration between Attua Aparicio Torinos and Oscar Lessing, a duo who joined forces while studying Product Design at Royal College of Art. With backgrounds in engineering and design, Silo’s work repurposes industrial processes and materials for hands-on object making — their "handmade hi-tech" exploring the expressive potential in industrial materials.

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Jochen Holz

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About Jochen Holz Holding a Bachelor's in Applied Arts at Edinburgh College of Art and a Master's in Design at The Royal College of Art, Jochen Holz trained as a technical glass blower in Germany. He works as a freelance glassmaker and designer and is the recipient of the RSA Award and Centre Prize. 

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ASSEMBLE

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About ASSEMBLE Based in London, the Turner Prize-winning creative collective Assemble eschew the traditional borders between fine art, architecture and design. Championing a practice that is interdependent and collaborative, Assemble works on both a macro and micro scale — from massive neighborhood rehabilitations to simple doorknobs.  

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Hilda Hellström

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About Hilda Hellström Hilda Hellström (born 1984) graduated from her MFA at the Royal College of Art in London in 2012. Her work has, among other institutions, been exhibited at London Design Museum, MUDAC Lausanne, V&A, The British Craft Council, Gothenburg Museum of Art, MAK Vienna and Shanghai Power Station Art Museum. Hilda revolves around investigations in the subjective understandings of our reality. The understanding we receive through our senses rather than our rationale. Working with materials that, for the observer, often are unfamiliar, she plays with the undefinable in regards to materials, hierarchies, value systems and definitions. This has...

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Parsha Gerayesh

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About Parsha Gerayesh Based in London, Parsha Gerayesh holds a bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design from the University of Westminster. Working in various practices from Savile Row to high street design studios developed Parsha’s interests in construction and manufacturing techniques. This led to pre-occupations with developing ways of appropriating techniques between disciplines and eventually to an MA in Design Products from the Royal College of Art. Parsha’s body of work relies on a multidisciplinary approach to an object’s structure and medium. As such, the focus of his work is in challenging the processes of manufacture through design, creating new directions...

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