They’re creating an installation made from 20 openended 3m-diameter plywood boxes, which will be layered next to and stacked on top of each other to create new open spaces, sitting spaces, or abstract spaces.
Within this system, Pearson Lloyd will display a series of projects from throughout the consultancy’s history, as well as insights into its design process and thinking.
As well as working on furniture projects for clients including Bene and Alias, Pearson Lloyd has also created wayfinding for Westfield Stratford and a redesign of hospital accident & emergency environments for the Design Council and the Department of Health.
Great Western Studios’ Inside Design series aims to look at the process, development and craft of design projects. Previous exhibitions have studied the work of Bill Amberg and Bethan Gray.
1 to 1: Inside Design with Pearson Lloyd, is at Great Western Studios, 65 Alfred Road, London W2, from 13-23 September.