We’re proud to be supporting UK-based Loop.pH co-founder Rachel Wingfield at the Sydney Design Festival in 2019.
Celebrate International Women’s Day with a keynote lecture by UK-based Loop.pH co-founder Rachel Wingfield and gain insight into an exciting experimental and multi-disciplinary design practice.
Sydney Design Festival
The Festival provides visitors with an opportunity to unpack design in all its forms – to understand and explore the processes, functions and narratives within design enterprise and to be inspired by the exhibitions and people involved in creating our futures.
The 2019 theme – ACCESSING DESIGN – seeks to promote responsive design that gives voice to diverse Sydney communities, and asks designers to broaden the definition of design and expand the dialogue between creative practice, access and inclusivity.
About Rachel Wingfield
Rachel is a designer, researcher and educator who founded Loop.pH in 2003. Rachel trained at the Royal College of Art in London and specialised in responsive environments inspired by the study of living systems.
Rachel speculates on near and far future scenarios that explore emerging biological and technological futures by crafting space, technology and living materials into visionary experiences and environments. Her work explores a new role for designers to intervene at an urban scale and develops collaborative tools for public engagement initiatives and multidisciplinary practices.