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22 FEB

NEXT EVENT VOL 9

This coming February, on Monday the 22nd come and hear local creatives present their passions using 20 images in 20 seconds.

PechaKucha (or chitchat in Japanese) is a creative style of presenting that was created by two Tokyo architects who were fed up with lengthy presentations. The concept has since grown and PechaKucha now runs in over 800 cities around the world bringing together people from all creative backgrounds.

PechaKucha London has been quiet for a wee while, but guess what baby - it's back!!

On 22 February 2016 we have a special collection of speakers from many different disciplines including science, art, design, nutrition, education, fashion, IT, and architecture. The evening will be held at The Book Club in Shoreditch right in the heart of creative London (http://www.wearetbc.com/)

The speakers include...

James Fruzer, Architect, whose homes for the homeless was a real hit on Kickstarter

Filippo Polesel, Producer from Shorts on Tap, the award-winning London-based short film screening platform 

Sarah T Gold, Designer who transforms the potential of complex emerging technologies into things people understand and use

Tricity Vogue, Cabaret Artist, who recently went off with the circus for a month 

Kathryn Larriva, Urban Designer, on Community Led Intensification

Emma Bleach from the CBxchange, a not-for-profit public forum of building energy enthusiasts

James Geddes, founder of Geekzone an organisation that helps geeks to connect

Ellie Connor, Nutritionist, on the future of cricket flour

Ottavia Alieri, Graphic Designer from The Cass

Sarah Buxton, Organisational Psyhologist from The Observer Effect

John Ellis, a Blues guitar teacher who was in The Stranglers for 10 years

Interested in talking at a PechaKucha night? Please get in touch!!

Pecha Kucha London Series has a long list of New Years' Resolutions, so please keep an eye out for more exciting events throughout 2016.

Register for your free ticket here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pecha-kucha-london-series-vol-9-tickets-19919458637

FAQs

 

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Please email all queries through to claire@pechakuchalondon.co.uk

 

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Yes! Just contact Claire at the above details and we will sort you out. 

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How Very Intimate

BY THOMAS KLASSNIK
@ TOTO TOILET ARCHITECTURE ON SEP 16, 2014

Thomas Klassnik gives various examples of what it is to use the toilet. It is a very personal and self serving room. To take the toilet and make it not only personal for yourself, but with others as well. Bringing the outside in, and the toilet to the table, it allows more chance to be intimate with everything and everyone around you, and let the world be intimate with you. 

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find your place

BY ROZ BARR
@ TOTO TOILET ARCHITECTURE ON SEP 16, 2014

As an architect herself, Roz Barr keeps everything in mind, and plans out all the details that go into each room. This also includes the bathroom. Finding it very important to have control on how you can relax, and discovering your place, is just as important as the toilet and sink itself. To feel relaxed and be free from the stress of the world around you, and being allowed to do your business at your own pace. 

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Back to Basics

BY ROCK GRAPLIN
@ TOTO TOILET ARCHITECTURE ON SEP 16, 2014

Eat, Pray, and Toilet.

Rock Graplin goes into depth and starts trying to understand the future of the toilet. For him, understanding the past is how to see the future. In a world full of new technology being produced every 5 minutes. And the last place to escape is the toilet, and that should be how our future of the toilet should look like. Simple, clean, and simply earthly. 

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Toilets of the World

BY PHILIPPA TURRELL
@ TOTO TOILET ARCHITECTURE ON SEP 16, 2014

Adding some fun to your daily bathroom breaks can be fun, or too much that it makes you think, "I can hold it."

Philippa Turrell talks about the various types of famous, glamorous, and breath taking, literally breath taking, toilets in the world. From the most expensive toilet, to the most awkward style restrooms, to add more excitement to your trips of relieving yourself. Maybe toilet rooms should be left as a simple toilet rooms and privacy? You be the judge. 

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Toilet

BY JONATHAN GAUNT
@ TOTO TOILET ARCHITECTURE ON SEP 16, 2014

Jonathan Gaunt demonstrates his concern on conserving water and keeping the public health a priority. Developing new ideas and ways to get away from using water in toilets all together. Researching 3rd and developing countries as a reminder that people still do not have access to a safe toilet, leading to thousands of deaths. Making it a goal to make a clean and bright future for everyone, both eco friendly and economically.  

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Made Pecha Kucha

BY MARK DYTHAM
@ MADE IN LONDON ON SEP 17, 2014

Co-founder of PechaKucha and Klein Dytham architects, Mark Dytham goes into depth on PechaKucha Nights found not only in Tokyo, but all around the world. With over 3,000 presentations online and over 800 cities around the world, PechaKucha has become popular with creatives looking to freely show off their passions to their local and global community.

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Sexy and Community

BY KATE MALONE AND STEPHEN PEY
@ MADE IN LONDON ON SEP 17, 2014

Kate Malone and Stephen Pey worked together to create a building with hand made glazed tiles and design. After many trials and errors of cracking ceramic tiles, the finished product was to make something sexy but have the sense of community in the finished building. Which makes the hard work all worth while. 

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Making Space for Business

BY NICOLA RUTT
@ MADE IN LONDON ON SEP 17, 2014

Nicola Rutt works for Hawkins Brown architecture, which is a company that helps re-model, refurbish and make old buildings more comfortable for employees and businesses. Here Nicola shows us how they took a building that was built for the 2012 Olympics — Here East — and transformed it into a place wherenew and big businesses can work in harmony.

 

LONDON Blog

SOLD OUT Pecha Kucha London Series Vol. 9

Happy to announce the upcoming Vol.9 is at full capacity!
Thanks to all those keen beans who secured their free ticket. For those who missed out watch this space for more events in the coming months.
See you all on the 22nd :)
 
 

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About the City's Organizers

  • Claire Lindsay

    I am excited about Pecha Kucha London! This city is full of amazing and inspiring people who do fabulous and weird things every day, we just need to get all those people together in a room and let their inspiration boom!

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