Typo London 2012
23 October 2012 – Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque were delighted to be asked to speak at this years Typo London event. Other speakers included Irma Boom, Paula Scher, Erik Kessels, Tony Chambers and James Jarvis. The theme of the event was 'Social', and there is a review of Tim's talk here.
All the presentations were filmed, and should be available to view online in the near future.
27 February 2012 – Bibliothèque
For a week in mid-March, Mason and Tim will be running a signage workshop at the prestigious ECAL University of Art and Design in Lausanne, Switzerland.
PechaKucha x Wim Crouwel
27 June 2011 – Bibliothèque
Bibliothèque will be taking part in PechaKucha x Wim Crouwel at the Design Museum, on Friday 1st July. This fast and furious event will include designers proclaiming their enthusiasm for the work of Wim Crouwel, and the influence he has had on their own practice. Tim will be among speakers such as Adrian Shaughnessy, Bruno Maag, Michael Place, Morag Myerscough and Tony Brook. More details about the event are here...
06 May 2011 – Bibliothèque
Tim was part of a panel at the May Designer Breakfasts event, held at the BBH offices in central London. The heated topic of debate was 'Saying yes, and saying no'. Why would you say no to new work? Do principles go out of the window because you need the work or want the money? The other speakers talking about where they draw the line were Cheryl Giovannoni, Global KCR at Landor and Sophie Thomas founding director of Thomas Matthews.
The event was filmed for online viewing, so look out for more details about when it will be available. Future Designer Breakfast events include Wally Olins at the end of May and Richard Seymour in June.
Design: Inside Out – Lecture Forum
04 January 2011 – Mason Wells
Jonathon and Brian Studak (of UDS) will be giving a lecture on the collaborative projects between Bibliotheque and UniversalDesignStudio. The talk will take place on the 3rd of February, at the School of Architecture, Landscape & Design, Leeds Metropolitan University as part of the 2011 Lecture Forums. See the poster here.