The Plexus Project is an initiative to bring together the creative talent of different disciplines to share techniques, solve problems and build networks of collaboration. The events take place every month inviting young designers, architects, engineers, programmers, game designers and visual artists. This initiative is open to anyone in London that is looking for an informal place to network and learn about new methodologies and workflows.
The event was initially called Bartlett Nexus and was created by Jose Sanchez, currently he co-curates it together with Manuel Jimenez Garcia, who joined the event organization in September of 2013.
Manuel is an Architect/Computer programmer based in London, UK.
His practice Emeidiem Design focuses on computational design throw particle-spring systems and physics simulations. He is currently teaching at The Bartlett UCL, where he runs AD-Research Cluster 4 and Unit-19, both investigating the use of additive manufacture and flexible systems in Computational design.
Jose is an Architect/Game developer based in Los Angeles, California.
He is the founder of The plethora-project, which is a practice & research which studies ‘play’ as a genesis for design.
The practice is currently studying the relation between architecture, video games and generative design. He teaches part of this research USC school of architecture.
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The event is completely free and public.
The Bartlett School of Architecture
UCL Faculty of the Built Environment
22 Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7679 2000