Work Home . Play Home. Talk Shop

Jacquelyn Jubert Anise Gallery, Events, London Festival of Architecture


To celebrate the launch of AVR London & Anise Gallery’s new creative home, join us at 6 David Mews for a series of live screenings of Work Home. Play Home, followed by short talks from a selection of industry experts. 

There will be 4 screenings throughout the afternoon followed by a short talk and Q&A from one of our experts.

Please use the links provided to book the time slot that you wish. Each session is expected to last around 45 minutes. Places are very limited to ensure a safe and comfortable environment for everyone, so make sure you book early!

Amy Frearson

Amy Frearson is a London-based journalist and editor specialising in architecture and design. She is editor-at-large for Dezeen, the world’s biggest and most influential design website, and a regular contributor to magazines including Elle Decoration, Grand Designs, Icon and Design Anthology. She is also co-author of All Together Now: the co-living and co-working revolution, published by RIBA Books. Before moving into journalism, Amy worked in architectural practice for five years. She holds a master’s in architectural history from The Bartlett and a degree in architecture from Kingston University.

Sarah Yates

Sarah Yates

Sarah Yates is a Researcher at London’s leading built environment organisation, New London Architecture (NLA). She studied art and architectural history at Leeds University and then undertook an MA in Curating Contemporary Design at Kingston University, where she focused on curating architecture outside of the traditional museum environment.

Sarah has worked as a freelance curator, editor, researcher and programme manager for heritage and built environment organisations including English Heritage and Open-City, as well as NLA. Since 2006, she has co-authored major reports, most recently The Changing Face of London and WRK/LDN: Office Revolution?

Catarina Kohut

Catarina is an associate at Jonathan Tuckey Design, focusing on the reuse and adaptation of existing buildings towards sustainable regeneration. Since she joined the studio in 2013, she has worked on a wide range of projects at different scales, including the Gasholders Building in King’s Cross, fashion boutique Egg’s outpost at Dover Street Market, and the practice’s own new office building in Kensington Olympia, which has been converted from an existing Victorian pub.

Catarina obtained her Masters in Architecture from Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa in Portugal, and has always been an enthusiastic traveller, working in Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland, before joining Jonathan Tuckey Design in London.

Tim Hall & Joe Robson

Formerly a partner at FCB Studios, Tim Hall went on to set up Light Earth Design alongside Peter Rich, Michael Ramage and Ana Gatoo. As pioneers of Sustainable Technologies and Green urban Design, the practice combines architecture, design and engineering to explore sustainable design solutions that contribute to societies’ future development. Tim has taught architectural design and has lectured extensively in the UK, Rwanda, Sweden and South Africa.