A spatial laboratory
Rachel will introduce the work of London based Loop.pH and discuss their approach to design and the living city.
Designers are some of the important spokespersons and agents for change in creating more sustainable futures as they are the people who help shape the ways in which we experience the world around us.
As creative disciplines merge and mutate, the opportunities for designers to work as urban interventionists and in an architectural context grow.
Loop.pH as a design-led spatial laboratory are positioned at the transformational process where Design Fiction & Speculation leads to Experimentation & Action.
Creative Director Loop.pH
Loop.pH is a Spatial Laboratory that traverses the worlds of design, architecture and technology to craft space into experiences that radically rethinks the future. Rachel specialises in restorative place- making using temporal, ephemeral architecture that hosts spectacular happenings.
A frontierswoman for a new field where designers intervene at an urban scale and develops collaborative tools for public engagement and multidisciplinary practices.
Wingfield consults on creative strategies and speculative futures for business and the public sector, and gives provocative talks around the world.
Her work can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), NY, the V&A Museum, London, Fosters Private Art Collection, Geneva and the Bloomberg Collection, London.