The studio employs a collaborative and discursive approach that engages industry, craftspeople, cultural organisations, communities and individuals, and spans formats, disciplines and scales.
In addressing the need to re-evaluate co-design practices, it embraces informal knowledge, everyday technologies, observation, defamiliarisation and games as permissive research tools when developing new methodologies that actively engage publics within design processes.
Here you will see the design of systems, interior and public spaces, food, games, images and products.
Hashemi-Nezhad graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2008 and regularly teaches at Kingston University and Central St. Martins in London.
He is part of Theatrum Mundi/Global Street, an international interdisciplinary research project from London School of Economics and directed by Richard Sennett which brings architects, designers and artists together to re-imagine public space.
COLLABORATORSThe list below is a selection of companies, individuals and organisations that I have worked with since 2008.
2015 Soleil Jaune, Paris
2014 Ishinomaki Laboratory, London Design Festival
2014 Market Radio, Serpentine Gallery, London
2014 Standby, Salone Del Mobile, Milano
2013 Survival Kit, LCCA, Riga
2013 Alchemy, South Bank Centre, London
2012 Grand Domestic Revolution goes on, The Showroom, London
2012 Zoo-Topia (Curated by Eszter Steierhoffer), London Design week
2012 On the Edgware Road, Serpentine Gallery, London
2012 Seamless, India Art Fair, Delhi
2012 In Other Words, Sarai, Delhi
2011 Design Tide, Tokyo
2011 Tokyo Wonder Site, Tokyo
2011 Speak Out, Serpentine Gallery, London
2010 London Festival of Architecture, London
2010 Format Phtography Festival, Derby
2010 Cube Cityscape, Dutch Design Week, Amsterdam
2009 Auto-Progettazione Revisited, Architecture Association, London
2009 Sonarmatic, Sonar Festival, Barcelona
2008 Looks Like Music, CLASKA (Design Tide), Tokyo
2008 Digital Arts Festival, Tokyo
Kingston Unversity (current)
Central St. Martins (current)
Royal College of Art