Radical Act of Environment
Celia PymFollow to Podcast
has a unique approach. She is on a crusade to help us not just mend our clothing, but re-appraise what the things we wear mean to us in the process. She believes clothes aren’t just a second skin for the body, but are a conduit for so much more – our clothes tell stories of our lives, our habits, behaviours and relationships.
Michael MarriottFollow to Podcast
believes that the things we use on a daily basis should be fit for purpose, and simultaneously have an in-built humanity to them. The more we enjoy using things – the more valuable they become to us – and the less likely we are to throw them away.
Fernando LaposseFollow to Podcast
has set-up a workshop in the community and trained locals to transform colourful corn husks into expressive marquetry panels. The project, called Totomoxtle, has established a viable circular economy at the heart of the community.
RetrouviusFollow to Podcast
is an architectural salvage and design studio. Adam looks after the salvage side of the business, rescuing architectural materials from buildings of all scales up and down the country. Maria heads up the design firm, giving new lives to old materials in projects that span private houses, hotels, restaurants and retail.