As part of London Design Week 2014 I was commissioned to deliver a workshop with the Victoria & Albert Museum and arts organisation Measure. The workshop formed part of a day of lectures and performances inspired by the ninety year anniversary of the original design for Giles Gilbert Scott's Telephone Box. The event functioned both as a celebration of an iconic emblem of 20th century street furniture, and the genius who created it. 


The workshop involved participants creating their own scaled down models of the box.  By constructing replicas of the original design, visitors were encouraged to consider the simplicity and three dimensionality of Scott's creation. The finished boxes also served as souvenirs of the event for visitors to take home.

For more information about Measure's project Telephone click here

Telephone boxes printed with Studio Operative

A visitor studiously creating a paper model

A visitor studiously creating a paper model