Can you design a world of gratitude? Justyna Green shows the way
by Soumya MukerjiSep 07, 2021
•make your fridays matter with a well-read weekend
by Justyna GreenPublished on : Nov 04, 2019
In her conversation, Justyna Green discusses Sam Jacob's education and varied approaches to architecture, his work at the nexus of art and architecture, the inspiration and design process behind the newly-opened London's Cartoon Museum and the re-modelling of the V&A’s Cromwell Road entrance.
See Sam’s ‘Sea Things’ installation at the Victoria and Albert Museum during the London Design Festival in September 2019.
Listen to more Justyna Green podcasts now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Google Play.
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In an ongoing exhibition titled London Calling, the Berlin-based architectural illustrator presents a series of drawings that allow the city to speak for itself.
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