Ineke Hans Salon

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STUDIO | SALON 

• is initiated and produced by Ineke Hans
Contact: salon@inekehans.com
Unit 4b Canalside studios, 2-4 Orsman Road, N1 5FB London (UK)

•  is supported by:
INEKEHANS/ARNHEM
- The Internationalization Programme of Creative Industries Fund of the Netherlands
The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London

• works with London chairs/moderators:
Max Fraser, design writer and consultant
Gareth Williams, curator, writer and Professor of Design at Middlesex University
- Johanna Agerman Ross, editor-in-chief and founder of Disegno, sep 2016: curator 20th Century Design V&A
- Daniel Charny, Professor of Design, Kingston University, director at From Now On, initiator of Fixperts and Maker Libraries
Grant Gibson editor-in-chief of Crafts magazine for the Crafts Council
- Anna Bates, design writer and editor & co-founder of Dirty Furniture Magazine
- Oliver Stratford, editor-in-chief of Disegno since Sept 2016

• is cooperating with:
- London partners: CDW / LDF / V&A / Brompton Design District / ACE-hotel LondonLaura Houseley editor-in-chief & founder of  Modern Design Review
- Peer Eriksson, filmer (UK-NL XL salons)
- Irma Boom, designer of pamphlet
 

East London Studio Salons:
round table conversations in East London Studios
• speakers & participants:
#1 furniture & us at studio Ineke Hans:
Jana Scholze (curator and associate professor Kingston University), Benjamin Hubert (Layer), Ineke Hans
#2 furniture & shifting means of production at Machinesroom:
Joni Steiner (Opendesk), Kim Colin (Industrial Facility), Mark Smith (Isokon Plus)
#3 furniture & economics at disegno's office:
Edwin Heathcote (Financial Times), Rose Etherington (Clippings.com), Peter Marigold (kickstart designer)
#4 furniture & space at studio PearsonLloyd:
Sarah Gaventa (director MADE PUBLIC /former director of CABE Space), Tom Lloyd (PearsonLloyd), Nina Tolstrup (StudioMama)
#5 furniture & social context at Sunbury Workshops:
Frank Kolkman, Anne van der Zwaag, Martino Gamper
- #6 furniture & the luxury of less
Daniel Golling (Summit), Tord Boontje, Jeremy Meyerson


London UK-NL XL1 popup events:
On Furniture & work environments - during Clerkenwell Design Week​ 2016
• popup salons
- #XL1-1: New approaches for work environments: Jurgen Bey (PROOFF) & Sam Hecht (Industrial Facility)
- #XL1-2: The domestification of the workspaceJorre van Ast (arco) & Luke Pearson (PearsonLloyd)
- #XL1-3: Furniture is not working: Ineke Hans & Joni Steiner
• popup presentation
- Future workscenes: popup expo at MOSA Flagshipstore London with PROOFFLab/PROOFFLab Magazine & Opendesk and emerging UK-NL designers: James Shaw & Adam Blencowe, NL designers: Paula Arntzen & Thor ter Kulve


London UK-NL XL2 popup events:
On Furniture & the changing position of the designer - during London Design Festival 2016
• popup salons
- #XL2-1: Hybrids: Piet Hein Eek & Max Lamb, Yael Mer (raw-edges) at Ace Hotel London
- #XL2-2: Engineers, Inventors & Non-Materialists: Marjan van Aubel, Sarah van Gameren (Glithero) & Soft Baroque, Silo Studio at V&A
- #XL2-3: Furniture's Future: Gitta Gschwendtner & Ineke Hans at V&A
• popup presentations
Cuckoo Eggs rethinking & updating furniture at the V&A for 2017 and beyond installation by Ineke Hans in V&A Museum
- Furniture is Not Working at Brompton Design District with: Opendesk, and UK-NL designers: James Shaw & Adam Blencowe, NL designers: Paula Arntzen & Thor ter Kulve

London XL3 popup events:
On Furniture & future: explore and act - during London Design Festival 2017
• popup salons
#XL3-1: Models for Social Design - Community Economics: Zita Cobb (Fogo Island Inn), Petra Janssen (Social Label), Orhan Niksic (Zanat) at The HourGlass London
#XL3-2: Models for Social Design - Designer's Perspectives: Ilse Crawford, Ineke Hans at The HourGlass London
• popup presentation
- Last London Salon: Explore and Act: at Brompton Design District, wrap up of the London Salons
• popup print
- Pamphlet with conclusions and recommendations

When interested, please get in touch