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Image: Rooms without function, Home Economics, Venice Biennale 2018 @Hesselbrand

Join us at Pilbrow & Partners at 6-8pm, on 4 December for a Show + Tell Social on design methodology. Four architects will describe the process of thought and action involved in the design of a single project. Revealing their design methodology they will consider issues such as where to start; the balance between pragmatism and vision, and how to judge if a design is successful.


Presentations from


— Keb Garavito Bruhn

— Jesper Henriksson

— Clive Sall

— Lucy Styles


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Speaker biographies


Keb Garavito Bruhn is a founding partner of Pilbrow & Partners, which recently joined the LSA Practice Network, and has over 25 years’ experience working on residential, civic, commercial, educational, and masterplanning projects in the UK, Canada, Europe and the Middle East.


Jesper Henriksson is an LSA design tutor and founding director of Hesselbrand whose research and design focuses on new forms of living and working for an unpredictable way of life. Hesselbrand participated in the Venice Biennale 2016 with a proposal for a house that is defined by spatial conditions rather than specific functions, to allow for a different form of flexible space.


Clive Sall is Director of Proto-Practice at the LSA, Director of the London-based Clive Sall Architecture and principal of construction company Built. He was a co-founder of FAT (Fashion, Architecture & Taste). CSA has a portfolio ranging from public works (schools, healthcare and community) to private projects (residential), and is involved in various joint ventures.


Lucy Styles is an LSA Design tutor and project architect at Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa & Associates / SANAA. She is currently responsible for La Samaritaine project in Paris and the Auckland Castle Walled Garden redevelopment in the UK. Having taught for several years at ETH Zurich, she now teaches at Angewandte Institute of Architecture in Vienna. Lucy very recently started her own studio, designing an exhibition on the Japanese House now at the Barbican Gallery in London.


Venue: Pilbrow & Partners, 2-5 St John’s Square, Clerkenwell, London EC1M 4DE