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  • Neon Workshop

    Last night, the Studio Dekka Team enjoyed an evening of glass bending and friendly competition at the Neon Workshops in Wakefield. Thanks to Richard and his team for a brilliantly fun, creative and informative experience. http://www.neonworkshops.com/
  • Studio Dekka on team shortlisted for The Illuminated River, International Design Competition.

    Studio Dekka are part of one of only six design team shortlisted for the Illuminated River Design Competition that will celebrate London's famous river with light as a medium for public art and new lighting technology, reducing energy consumption therefore making the city greener and public spaces accessible for all after dark. Each team will produce a…
  • A Very Small Part of Architecture at Highgate Cemetery.

    Good Grief, a series of three evening events exploring loss and rebirth in the heart of Highgate Cemetery, took place this month. The Good Grief series is staged in and around a specially-commissioned temporary tomb designed by Sam Jacob Studio entitled A Very Small Part of Architecture. A Very Small Part of Architecture resurrects Austrian Modernist architect Adolf Loos’s…
  • Dekka on Designing Empathy.

    What has empathy got to do with architecture? Can a room full of children help us find out? Or maybe an actor, a psychologist, a meditation teacher, and a storyteller? How to design a process that makes space for others? Gain new research and brief making skills, and apply them to a concrete design. Chantelle…
  • Chantelle Stewart talks at Lighting in the City.

    Chantelle Stewart is giving a public talk today as part of Beam's Arts In Place events series. The talk is part of the Lighting in the City segment, and Chantelle will be presenting some of the practice's recent work as well as the discussing her approach to the public realm after dark.
  • Urbanistas.

    Chantelle Stewart attended the opening of Urbanistas this week, celebrating the work of female architects and urban designers and featuring work by our regular collaborators Muf Architecture/Art, J&L Gibbons and Bauman Lyons Architects.
  • Chantelle Stewart at Leeds Beckett University.

    Chantelle Stewart is presenting some of the practice's recent work today at the School of Architecture and Urban Design at Leeds Beckett University. Chantelle will also be discussing some of the places and ideas that have influenced her work as a lighting designer, including natural landscapes, visual arts and the theatre.
  • Chantelle Stewart lecture at the University of Newcastle School of Architecture.

    Chantelle Stewart has been invited to the University of Newcastle School of Architecture as a visiting lecturer and consulting to their Part II students' final projects. Chantelle will be speaking about the practice's approach to lighting in the public realm and explaining some of the potential that lighting technology offers to realising architectural concepts.
  • Loughborough Junction

    Studio Dekka have been working with DSDHA this week on their consultation on public realm improvements at Loughborough Junction tonight. Follow the link for more information on DSDHA's proposals.
  • Chantelle Stewart speaks at Pecha Kucha, Norwich.

    Chantelle Stewart presented at Pecha Kucha Norwich last night, speaking about the range of influences on and inspirations behind the practice. Fellow speakers included David Kohn, Anna Ulak, Gareth Bayliss, Paul Flack, Conor O’Brien, Tom Donhou.