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NEXT EVENT TOTO Toilet Architecture

Toilet Architecture presentation powered by PechaKucha

TOTO, Japan's foremost bathroom company, are inviting designers and architects to interpretate and explore the subject of Toilet Architecture in a special event powered by PechaKucha, as part of the Clerkenwell Design Quarter and London Design Festival 2014.

This topic is vastly historic - it covers centuries of design solutions ranging from Roman multi-user communal spaces to modern day cubicles. It spans cross-continental societal and ethical needs, as well as evolving personal health and hygiene issues. The topic of toilet architecture is one that consumers often overlook, but our daily experiences have a direct impact on our quality of life no matter where we are living.

The event will be hosted by PechaKucha co-founder Mark Dytham.

Confirmed speakers:

  • Alex Mowat, Urban Salon
  • Tomas Klassnik, The Klassnik Corporation
  • Rock Galpin, Rock Galpin Studio
  • Roz Barr, Roz Barr Architects
  • David Archer, Archer Humphryes Architects
  • Robert Mumby, Archer Humphryes Architects
  • Professor Barbara Penner, Senior lecturer at The Bartlett and author of Bathroom
  • Jay Gort, Gort Scott architects
  • Jonathan Gaunt, Associate Public Health, Arup
  • Floyd Case, TOTO UK
  • Philippa Turrell, Editor Kitchen and Bathroom News
  • Jamie Mitchel, Editor, Design Curial

Media partners: Blueprint Magazine, DesignCurial

"Powered by PechaKucha" events are one-off events that are separate from regular city-based PechaKucha Nights, and that are usually held as part of festivals and conferences, but can also act as standalone events. These events include presentations that use the PechaKucha 20 images x 20 seconds format." 

Contact us below if you would like to use the PechaKucha format in your event.

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Designing to Get Fit

BY LISA WOO
@ FIT LONDON ON JUL 24, 2014

Lisa Woo starts her talk with the shocking number of 9 – a quarter of British adults walk for fewer than 9 minutes a day. Lisa then introduces simple, playful ways in which the design can makes be more active and have fun at the same time, having a better life as a result.

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Ideas for Greening Your City

BY JAMES CONWAY
@ FIT LONDON ON JUL 24, 2014

From Arup Landscape Architecture, James Conway shares some ideas for greening, how green areas in urban spaces increases life quality resulting in more sustainable cities. Ideas like vertical greening, strategic green links are some of the innovative concepts which are already being in use and improving the environment of its surroundings. 

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A Walking App for London

BY BEN FERGUSON
@ FIT LONDON ON JUL 24, 2014

Ben Ferguson invites us to enjoy a new way to explore London, getting us away from lines, overrated attractions, cliche sightseeing buses and guided talks. He is introducing us the QR London, an interactive and most importantly healthier way to explore London on foot. It’s an app which offers a wide range of options that will make us wanting to walk more.

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Playgrounds for a Better Childhood

BY BARBARA KAUCKY
@ FIT LONDON ON JUL 24, 2014

Barbara Kaucky from Erect Architecture talks about their work with playgrounds around the London area, creating places for self direct playing and learning. They decided to create this project because children today are already suffering from the effects of physical inactivity. Therefore, they want to increase the awareness of active playing and how this could benefit the lives of the children in a long term.

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Heroic Failure

BY TOM LLOYD
@ VOL 4 ON SEP 23, 2011

Tom Lloyd is a designer, but also a thinker. In his presentation, Tom thinks about how objects, architecture, and stories are constructed; how we get from point A to point B. He speaks on the concept of "heroic failures", and asks why certain failures are looked back on with an air of love and wistfulness -- failures like the AMC DeLorean, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the rickety bridge trope -- when other failures are simply abject.

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Water for Life

BY SIMON TAYLOR
@ VOL 4 ON SEP 23, 2011

Simon talks about the exhibition he designed for the "Water for Life" project.

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The Vibrator

BY JOHANNA AGERMAN
@ VOL 4 ON SEP 23, 2011

Time to expand your knowledge of the vibrator, and after watching Johanna Agerman's presentation on the topic -- in which she takes us on a historical tour of the device -- you'll know much more than you ever thought was possible.

"Presentation of the Day" on March 2, 2013.

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Gibson Thunderbird

BY EERO KOIVISTO
@ VOL 4 ON SEP 23, 2011

Eero Koivisto is no stranger to the PechaKucha stage -- recently sharing his love for the Delorean in a presentation at Tokyo Designers Week 2013. Here, from London, we here him talk about the design of the classic Gibson Thunderbird guitars.

"Presentation of the Day" on February 8, 2013.

 

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PechaKucha at the London Design Festival

As you'll notice if you visit the front page of the site right now, PechaKucha will have a big presence at next week's London Design Festival, with 4 events hosted by PechaKucha co-founder Mark DythamTOTO x PechaKucha (16th), Made in London x PechaKucha (17th), 100% Design x PechaKucha(18th), and Heineken x PechaKucha at TENT LONDON (19th). You can visit our London city page to see all of the event pages.

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