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We haven't scheduled our next PechaKucha Night yet, but in the meantime you can watch some presentations, look at our map to see if there are any scheduled PKNs in nearby cities, or have a look at the long list of upcoming events, to see if there's one you can attend!

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Erratum - a range of beautiful useless products

BY JEREMY HUTCHISON
@ VOL 19 ON MAR 27, 2019

At the 17th instalment of PechaKucha London at the amazing design studio HASSELL, Jeremy used his 6 minutes and 40 seconds to great effect by sharing with the crowd the story behind his "unique" and "useless" objects produced by manufacturers around the world, under instruction from Jeremy to insert errors into the designs.

This lucky PechaKucha audience was in stitches of laughter from start to finish!

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Designing for social purpose

BY TAYO MEDUPIN
@ VOL 19 ON MAR 27, 2019

At the 17th instalment of London PechaKucha at the lovely HASSELL design studio, Tayo used her time up front to share with the audience a heartfelt tale of her approach to design. Design should be about delivering solutions with humans at the heart.

Fair to say Tayo stole the audiences heart!

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Photography as image and process

BY ADAM WISEMAN
@ VOL 19 ON MAR 27, 2019

At the 17th instalment of PechaKucha London, Adam told us all a standout story showcasing his amazing images of an untrained architect's (i.e. a normal person) unique approach to architecture. 

Adam uses his photography to convey how an image is something between document and process. And what a fine job of it he does! 

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The importance of understanding WHO you are designing for

BY NATHAN ARDAIZ
@ VOL 19 ON MAR 27, 2019

At the 17th instalment of PechaKucha London at the amazing design studio HASSELL, Nathan shared with the audience an important lesson that he has learnt himself through years of designing, that to truly know WHO you are designing for you need to dive deep and understand who they are - as everything not all is always as it seems.....

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You Can Bottle Your Dreams!

BY GAYE SOYKOK
@ VOL 17 ON NOV 09, 2017

Gaye Soykok had our audience with their eye peeled to the back of their heads trying to take in all of the amazing ideas Gaye was sharing with them.

Gaye told the audience about the House of Dadabit - a transdisciplinary collective who create and experience together the stories and dreams of now and the future.

By the end of this talk, you will believe that you can unlearn and consider bringing what plays back in your mind into your creative process!
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Seeing the World Through the Eyes of a London Think Tank

BY VYTAUTAS JANKAUSKAS
@ VOL 17 ON NOV 09, 2017

Vytautas Jankauskas from Superflux in London really stretched our audiences mind when he gave this PechaKucha at Vol. 17 of the London Series about the concept of the modern future.

Is it possible to translate future uncertainty into present day choices? Vytas says YES! - And after listening to his talk, we think you will to

 

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We All Scream For Ice Cream

BY KITTY LAM
@ VOL 17 ON NOV 09, 2017

The audience loved Kitty Lam at Vol.17 of the London Series and not just because she provided ice cream cones for all 120 attendees!

She showcased her current project the Ice Cream Empire, a book of stories about the great British ice cream industry. A scoop on the ice cream men & women of Britain, with specially commissioned photography & rare archival images that takes the reader on a sweet nostalgic journey through time.

Hashtag: 
#ICE_Book

Instagram: 
@icecreamempire

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A Fresh New Take on Understanding Customers

BY PAUL JENKINS
@ VOL 17 ON NOV 09, 2017

Paul Jenkins is a seasoned PechaKucha attendee and speaker and when he gave this talk at Vol. 17 of the London Series he challeged the audience to think differently about understanding people and how to really meet customer needs.

If you want to feel inspired to solve problems and get work done, then we have a tip for you - listen to Paul's PechaKucha and you will want to get out there and educate, create, refresh and fix. Let's do this!

 

 

LONDON Blog

PechaKucha at We Work on 15 May

Hi there!
We are super excited to announce the next PechaKucha Night on 15 May 2019.
We have an awesome line up of speakers coming to speak about "anything and everything!" - the breadth of topics we know you PechaKucha lovers are dead into!
This time we are hosting the event at We Work Fox Court - chuck this postcode into CityMapper and you will see it is a great central location WC1X 8HN. As always beer will be flowing (FREE as the flow will be coming straight from the lovely We Work hosts!).
This time around we have the following speakers lined up (more to come!)
Nathan Ardaiz / Nathan runs Almost Any How (almostanyhow.com) / Nathan facilitates teams to reflect and feedback more regularly, communicate more empathically and design more collaboratively. Nathan believes that design and the things people are manifesting in the world cannot be distinct from (human) nature and the complexities of our emotional, physical, psychological and spiritual worlds. @almostanyhow_ / nathan@almostanyhow.com
Anya Marco Harris / Anya Marco Harris is the UK coffee queen helping organise the much loved London Coffee Festival / She is also a burlesque dancer and felt flower designer. She recently completed her MA in cultural cosmology specialising in archeoastronomy and discovered how the Neolithic chose to place the stones in Avebury Stone Circle. She’s a blogger (who isn’t) and is going through the menopause (possibly dangerous).
Karen Mannion / Nutritional therapist and mindset coach / Karen's puts in the hard yards to help busy working women take charge of their life and health through nutrition and coaching - give us some that please Karen!
Scott McArthur / Speaker, writer and mentor / Scott a scientist, Hr professional, business consultant turned musical producer and founder and definitely has some stories to share / http://www.scottspeaks.me/
Lucy Pickford / Co-Director at OLGA Agency / As a new director at OLGA Agency, a Hackney-based, boutique agency, Lucy’s keen to shout about design to anyone who’ll listen. Her journey has taken her via Landscape Architecture, Ops Management in the cutting edge tech world and some hitchhiking and working in Japan all with an Art History MA thrown in. While it’s not what you’d call a standard route, it’s left her with a swiss army knife of skills and a thorough understanding of the importance of design in every aspect of life / https://www.olgaagency.com/
Louise Holstein / Founder Mike's Table, Directer Uncharted Wines / Louise founded non-profit CIC (Community Interest Company) Mike's Table in 2015 and her positive experience of the social enterprise community inspired her to bring some of these principles into her commercial company Uncharted Wines. She'll talk about her businesses are about much more than making a profit. / https://www.mikes-table.org/ / https://www.unchartedwines.com/
Nikolay Piriankov / Chief Executive Officer at Taylor and Hart / Nik is passionate about entrepreneurship, custom-design and space travel. He is going to be talking about the key to developing and great company culture / https://taylorandhart.com
Michelle Levesley / Michelle is a big thinker and is going to be talking about how "hiring like dating is broken" - we are listening Michelle!
Get your 'by donation' tickets here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pknldn-20-wework-tickets-59815726448
SEE YOU THERE!
 

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About the City's Organizers

  • Claire Lindsay

    I am excited about relaunching PechaKucha London! This city is full of amazing and inspiring people who do fabulous and weird things every day, we just need to get all those people together in a room and let their inspiration flourish!

  • Brogan McPherson

    Brogan moved to London at the beginning of 2016, just in time to help relaunch PechaKucha London. She enjoys bringing people together and interesting conversations - two things PechaKucha provides in abundance.