Talking Interiors with William Russell: The Mastery of Collaboration
7 November 2013
The second talk in the Talking Interiors public lecture programme is by William Russell. An RCA Architecture graduate, he set up practice with David Adjaye before establishing William Russell Architecture & Design in 2000. In 2005 he joined Pentagram's London office as a partner, heading up the design agency’s interior design division. His clients range from Alexander McQueen to H&M, and the Tate to Krug champagne. His numerous residential projects include those for clients such as Ewan MacGregor and the artist Chris Ofili. With Daniel Weil, he has created the first augmented-reality theatre in the world inside London’s Natural History Museum. Working within a multi-disciplinary design studio, Russell is a master of collaboration.