HOW IS INVENTIV GOING?
Things are taking shape! Brick slip walls with timber slats on them, hexagon acoustic panels and even the first floor coverings!
SASHIMI, NORI AND DESIGN?
Arcademy girls are continuing their journey on learning Japanese cooking secrets in attempt to enrol in the next season of The Master Chef. Well... maybe NOT a Master Chef but Master Designer Chef for sure! Last night Val, Cristina and Jayne had a go at sushi making at Sozai Cooking school orchestrated by the lovely Akemi Yokoyama who introduced them to the deep-fried bean curd sheets ( if you have not tried it yet, give it a go. You will not be disappointed!) and wasabi so s
SANTA'S LITTLE HELPERS
Few days ago, Camira Fabrics organised Christmas decorations workshop. And it is not a proper workshop without a glass of prosecco. Or two. Arcademy girls had tried their best and I am happy to present you with Melvin The Gingerbread Man, The Spanish Heart and The Mexican Pea. If you would like to meet them in flesh, come visit the Camira Showroom in Clerkenwell and take a look at their impressive Christmas tree :)
Yesterday Jim Duncan had kindly showed us around the Creatif Showroom located in Clerkenwell. We got to see how innovative the partitions and acoustic panels could be and we are looking forward to use them in the upcoming projects:)
RAMEN BY ARCADEMY
WARNING! Do NOT read this post if you are hungry. There is nothing better than a big bowl of ramen after a long day. But how about making some? Arcademy designers are already experts on architecture and gin. Can Japanese cuisine be added to the list? We decided to give it a try and asked some assistance from the lovely Reiko Hashimoto who is running ramen and gyoza cooking classes for the beginners like us. We have learnt that there is a huge NO NO to mix Japanese and Korean