Tell us about your work?
I am an optimistic designer. I create objects and infrastructures that are providing space and time for sharing. In my London studio I work -together with a variable and enthusiastic team- on projects that reflect the idea of public-ness and creative resourcefulness.
How do you get inspired?
Nothing special, just everything! The way people live.
Do you have collections?
I used to have a collection of spinning tops. I had few dozen of them. I started this collection really young, aged 10. But I gave it all away, I had way too many belongings. After graduating from the RCA, I travelled a lot and couldn’t afford an expensive storage for a year. So I share all my belongings, books, records, clothes with my friends, family, charity, just gave EVERYTHING, until the rest could fit in one bag. So, that I was mobile again.
Where do you go to find things?
I don’t collect things anymore. I now live permanently in London. But, I am not really obsessed by owning objects.
Which object has the most influence on your work?
I use model as a tool in my design process. These models often become independent objects, once the project is over I keep these model and compose them in non -scaled landscape.
Who are your heroes?
‘NO GOD / ONLY RELIGION’, Spiritualized
What is your most treasured design achievement?
The next project.