Helsinki Design Museum Chief Curator Suvi Saloniemi is sharing her creative insights from Helsinki.
Creative Director of Freunde von Freunden Frederik Frede is sharing his creative insights from Berlin.
Architect Nazlı Ödevci is sharing her creative insights from Istanbul.
Artist and designer Jordan Söderberg Mills is sharing his creative insights from Toronto.
Digital Projects Manager of Vogue/GQ/Miss Vogue Turkey, Bediz Yıldırm is sharing her creative insights from Istanbul.
Architect and Interior Designer Deniz Galip, having Istanbul and Milan as playground, is sharing her creative insights from Istanbul.
Ilenia and Christopher of Neni Studio are sharing their creative insights from Berlin.
Designer Geray Gençer is sharing his creative insights from stanbul.
Ele Miško is a artist/designer specialising in contemporary, luxury, custom made bespoke fine jewellery.
Director of Gallery S. Bensimon, François Leblanc Di Cicilia is sharing his creative insights from Paris.
Head of Design Menswear at H&M, Andreas Löwenstam is a self-taught fashion designer from Sweden.
Architect and designer Umut Yamaç is sharing his creative insights for London.
Product designer Tino Seubert is sharing his creative insights for London.
Our fifth guest is Lane Coder who has been working in landscape photography which gives him a wonderful reason to immerse himself in nature.
Our fourth guest is Edouard Sepulchre. He has been working in advertising for years and shifted to photography aiming to try something “falling in between art and documentary”.
Our third guest at Multiple Perspectives is Leigh Merrill. Her work is part of the permanent collections of various public and private collections. She currently lives and works in Dallas, Texas where she is an Assistant Professor of Art at A&M University-Commerce.
Our second guest at Multiple Perspectives series is Pawel Franik. He is a Warsaw based Polish artist who has studied film and photography. He is currently creating series nourished from urban and rural environments combined with human solitude.
Our new series "Multiple Perspectives" examines the relationship between architecture, city and human in the city—through photography. We believe in that the visual reflecting the physical realm is as important and impressive.