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8 May
1415

Shahed Saleem and and Alex Sherratt, architects of Shahporan Mosque Hackney and Mildmay Shoreditch Tabernacle respectively, offer a visit to these buildings, sharing insights on how a religious site can capture community identity. A Barakat Trust event.  

 

Sascha Lobe

Sascha Lobe is a graphic designer working at the intersection of architecture and graphic design. Prior to joining Pentagram as a partner in 2018, Lobe was founder and lead creative director at L2M3; where his work encompassed wayfinding systems, signage and identity projects for some of the...Read more

Mauro Dell’Orco

Mauro Dell’Orco trained as a furniture maker in a boutique workshop in Trentino – Italy, nearby the small village where he was born and grew up, surrounded by the imposing Dolomites.

After a few years, Mauro studied and graduated as an architect in Venice and lately worked actively...Read more

Shahed Saleem

Shahed Saleem is a practising architect and a design studio leader at the University of Westminster School of Architecture. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. His particular research and practice interests are in the architecture of migrant and post-...Read more

Alex Sherratt

Alex Sherratt joined Matthew Lloyd Architects in 2001 and became a Partner in 2004.  MLA’s award-winning church+housing schemes include New Mildmay, Frampton Park Baptist Church and St Mary of Eton. Its Bourne Estate regeneration project in Camden was Overall Winner of the Housing Design Awards...Read more

Will Floyd-Maclean

Will Floyd-Maclean & Company undertake a wide range of work from private commissions to large scale architectural projects.

We provide services throughout all stages of the contract, from initial conception, through detailed design to fabrication and installation.

Combining the...Read more

Ying Chang

Ying Chang set up her practice since graduating from the Royal College of Art London in 2014. She continues to both produce and exhibit her work internationally. 

Ying Chang works with a diverse range of materials, often combining traditional techniques with digital design to achieve...Read more