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Thomas Thwaites

Fri, Nov 8, 2019    4pm

A lecture by Thomas Thwaites. Introduction by Anna Puigjaner, coordinator of Core I Studio, and response by Jaffer Kolb, Core I Studio.

Thomas Thwaites is a British designer, writer, and educator. He studied economics and biology at University College London and in 2009 gained an MA in Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art. In a nine-month project as part of his MA course, he set out to build a toaster from scratch, sparking questions about consumerism and society today, and how we use materials as designers in the anthropocene.

Free and open to the public. Organized by Columbia GSAPP, Core I Studio.