Talks at the Lane, an eclectic and informative series of lectures and conversations around the themes of design and making, is showcasing Custom Lane residents STUDIO NIRO as part of their Season One programme. The talk is accompanied by an exhibition of the practice’s work, ‘among other things’.
STUDIO NIRO is a multidisciplinary design practice established by Nicky Thomson and Rowan Mackinnon-Pryde in 2018. Coming from a background in architecture, Nicky and Rowan founded the practice with the ambition to expand the field of disciplines and mediums across which they work, be this a building in a landscape, an object in a room or an image on a page.
This talk will elaborate on STUDIO NIRO’s recent design and production of Handsel for the British Council Scotland, along with other completed work and works in-progress.
Talks at the Lane have collated an exciting programme which includes high calibre speakers, who will share and disseminate creative thinking and ideas, to foster debate and aspiration for exemplary design by Scottish architects and designers, both nationally and internationally.
Julie Wilson (RIAS, RIBA), Edinburgh Architectural Association president
This exciting event signals the continuation of a full programme from Talks at the Lane; their guests for 2019 include Clancy Moore Architects, Assemble Studio, Karl-Heinz Schmitz, IF_DO Architects and Sebastian Cox.
You can read more about Talks at the Lane and see their full Season One programme here.
The next Talk at the Lane by STUDIO NIRO is taking place at Custom Lane on 22nd January, 2019, 18:30‐21:00.
Tickets are £10 / £8 Concession and can be purchased here.