This is a very busy summer in the studio. We are working on a temporary exhibition with Plaid London for the National Library in Oslo. Get ready to embark on a journey to dystopian worlds... Opening in November.
Margot Lombaert Studio is pleased to announce a new collaboration with Plaid London for the Francis Crick Institute. This will be a great opportunity to develop an engaging exhibition and share the work of the amazing people working in this research centre. The exhibition will be held in the FCI in Kings Cross and is due to open early 2019.
A very exciting day back on site, shooting Listen at the British Library and Designs on Britain at the Jewish Museum. Leon Chew was shooting for us and we are very impatient to share these great images with you.
We are on site to bring you a new exhibition at the Jewish Museum in Camden, a colourful exhibition to celebrate the contribution of immigrants to the UK design scene.
We are almost there, Designs on Britain opens this Thursday!
Soon the drilling will be replaced by the sweet music of 140 years of recorded sound. We have been working hard with Plaid London to bring you an exciting interactive exhibition on the history of audio recording.
Listen will be opening this Friday, the 6th of October in the atrium space of the British Library.
Plaid and Margot Lombaert Studio collaborated on designing participation spaces within the exhibition 'The Future of cities' at the Siemens Crystal Building in London. The exhibition showcases global trends and challenges, alongside existing solutions to build environmentally sustainable cities. We worked in collaboration with the Crystal to design active areas in which visitors of all ages could engage and participate in building a more sustainable future.
We have been appointed with Plaid London to design the upcoming exhibition at the Jewish Museum. The exhibition will open in October.
More than two years after the colourful West Africa, we will collaborate with Plaid London on a new exhibition at the British Library. This free exhibition will open in the fall in the atrium of the library.