Ariadna Barthe & Antoine Vaxelaire

TOI T: Creatively Yours

Series: What’s Next?
Date: Monday 16 October 2017
Time: 18:30
Venue: Lecture Hall
Running time: 51 mins

With the strong belief that there is an enormous gap between the people with the resources to act and those with the ideas to create, TOI T is the bridge between these two distant sides. 

TOI T has put architectural knowledge at the core of the office. Understanding our built environment is the biggest challenge of the decades to come, and architects have a long tradition of both constructing it and understanding it’s potential. TOI T believes this knowledge cannot remain in the hands of architects, but instead should be disseminated to all disciplines of today and tomorrow.

Ariadna Barthe graduated from the AA in 2014 & she then worked for Foster and Partners both in UK and Mexico City. Her interests have been always oscillating between the film industry and the architectural world.

Since graduating from the AA in 2013, Antoine Vaxelaire moved to Tokyo and Mexico City, to challenge himself with the absolute cultural extremes of making architecture. Antoine’s works focuses on Creating, Resisting and Revealing our built Environment.

In 2016 Ariadna and Antoine founded TOI-T, a Creative Consultancy practice which works more similarly to a circus than a traditional architectural office. Constantly looking for new attractions, they inject creativity in every sector of society.

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