Alex Haw (June 20th, 14:30 am)
Alex Haw is an artist & architect, and director of the award-winning design practice atmos.
atmos is an award-winning, multidisciplinary, humanist art+architecture+design practice that works internationally across scales and media - from small-scale product-design to large-scale master-plans, with core expertise in public installations and bespoke residential environments, typically integrating digital fabrication and responsive systems.
Alex was a Design Studio Unit Master at the Architectural Association, Cambridge University, the Royal College of Art and TU Vienna, and taught theory and construction classes at Princeton University, where he studied his masters on a Fulbright Scholarship after attaining a 1st-class degree from the Bartlett, UCL.
Before establishing atmos, he worked on international projects for Diller + Scofidio, Richard Rogers, Nicholas Grimshaw and Seth Stein Architects.
He writes & lectures widely, and runs the weekly crowdsourced world-roving dinner club, Latitudinal Cuisine.
He played the lead psycho in Chris Nolan’s 1st film, Following.
> "Reviews of Worldscape & Global Feast", BBC London (x2), Daily Telegraph, Huffinton Post (x2), Independent, Guardian, Sunday Times, Time Out London (critics choice), WildCulture etc
> “The Architecture of Food”, Royal College of Art Journal
> “Living Architecture” (with Carlo Ratti), Architects Journal
> “The Internet of Spaces”, Technology Strategy Board blog
> ”I Think We Eat Wrong”, Litro Magazine
> "City Information Modelling”,D-City
> "Attack the Blob: ICON invite leading architects (including atmos) to play with lego", ICON Magazine
> Reviews of the Floating Forest", Architects Journal, British Council blog, DesignWeek, Intersection (France), Time Out London, WIRED UK
> Open Source Architecture (OSArc) Op-ED – with Carlo Ratti, Bruce Sterling, et al, DOMUS (Italy)
> Review of Bankside Bike Park, Architects Journal, Cyclorama
> Reviews of 23MR - sensualscaping, Architect’s Journal, Decoracion (Spain), Designer Magazine, FRAME, the Independent, Metropolis, NEO (Spain), Objekt (Russia), RIBA Journal,
> Reviews of 177SNCS - the woven nest, A110.eu, Architecture Today, Building Design, House & Garden, The Independent, Interior Design Decoration, Journal du Design (France), Metropolis (USA), Modern Decoration (China), Modern Weekly (China), Sydney Morning Herald
Rethinking our National Landmarks: Atmos revises Hadrian’s Wall, BBC Focus
> Chattitecture, WIRED UK