Andrew Friend & Michael Lewis & Joana Rafael & Claudia Palma

Escape from 20’000 leagues below the sea

Andrew Friend: Andrew is a London based designer, his work is focused on designing experiences between people, technologies and their surroundings. He is interested in the extraordinary, fantastic and desirable (or indeed undesirable) experiences and outcomes that may result from these interactions. His work spans a range of media, through narrative and drawings to large-scale physical objects deigned to promote, facilitate, and question these experiences and our motivations for achieving them. Andrew holds an MA in Design Interactions from the Royal College of Art, prior to studying at the RCA Andrew trained in architecture at the Bartlett in London.

Michael Lewis; Michael Lewis is a designer and amateur taxidermist. His principle interests include secret clubhouses, steak dinners from affordable chain restaurants, Hawaiian shirts, and techno music. Michael is an avid explorer.


Joana Rafael (b.1979) is an architect based in London and Porto. She
studied architecture at the University of Minho and completed her
graduation at the University Institute of Architecture in Venice. She
had done the Metropolis master program at the Center of Contemporary
Culture of Barcelona and the Mres in the Centre for Research
Architecture at Goldsmiths College, London where she is currently
undertaken the PhD in Visual Cultures. Current projects include
research about reservation and advertisement. She is a regular
contributor for San Rocco, a magazine about architecture.


& Claudia Palma, architect


Assisted by:

Stage 1, BA Architecture Spaces and Objects, Central St Martins School of Art and Design

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