Prepare to have your imagination ignited as we embark on a fascinating journey into the world of visionary design with Ross Lovegrove. The conversation will be moderated by editor of The Observer's Lifestyle edit and The Guardian's Design Review newsletter, Alice Fisher.
With a career spanning several decades, Ross is celebrated for his pioneering work that seamlessly melds art, science, and technology. From iconic designs for high-profile clients to groundbreaking installations and sculptures that push the boundaries of innovation, his portfolio stands as a testament to his unwavering commitment to design excellence.
Throughout his illustrious career, Ross has earned international acclaim for his remarkable achievements, including collaborations with industry giants such as Apple, Sony, and Louis Vuitton. His work has graced prestigious museums and galleries worldwide, firmly establishing him as a luminary in the field of design.
Join us for this exclusive talk, where Ross will share profound insights into his most iconic projects, his design philosophy and provide a captivating glimpse into the future of design innovation. Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to be inspired by a visionary creative whose work continues to shape the world of design.
About Sarabande Foundation
Sarabande was set up by the late designer, Lee Alexander McQueen, who left the majority of his estate to support creative and visionary talent. In addition to providing scholarships and studio space for artists, Sarabande produces a number of events, from the practical to the inspirational.
Sarabande operates from a listed Stable Block conversion in Haggerston, where 15 studios form a creative community with designers and artists from multiple disciplines. Immersed in the hub of East London’s rich creative spirit, Sarabande exudes all that encompasses the creative sphere. The building is home to a plethora of artisans reflecting the multifarious span of Lee’s talent and the variety of craftspeople he worked with his own collections. Amongst others, our tactile artists include sculptors, fashion designers, jewellers, textile designers, painters, performance artists, silversmiths, costume designers, ceramicists, and dancers. Alongside these, Sarabande also houses filmmakers, animators, photographers, digital designers, and visual artists.
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