We got news (letter), London Design Festival and other excitements
Go forth and multiply: our open source exhibition opens in two (yes two!) locations
Innovation through craft: report launches
New research! Cultural roles of makerspaces (and roles of making in cultural spaces)
Playing with formats: we're getting experimental in a library
It's happening! From Now On opens a project office in Copenhagen
From Now On facilitate global get together for Maker Library Network
Design Museum announce opening plans
One, Two, Many or One Too Many? From prototyping to production in Kyoto
Tavistock Institute appointed to evaluate Fixperts
Maker spaces will save us? Daniel in conversation with David Li
V&A Design Culture Salon
Future Makespaces research trip to China
East London Printmakers launch Maker Library
Central Research Laboratory launch
Fab City Amsterdam
FNO round table: the cultural roles of makerspaces
Into the Arts - Widening Participation in Arts Education Conference
Hype & Seek: Making and the mainstream; talk as part of London Design Biennale
Super Talks! The Open Debate - as part of London Design Fair
Fixperts 2016, Mexico City - Beyond the Hype the impact of the maker movement on designers, users and manufacturing.
Make:Shift 2016 - Making Meanings: The Cultural Role(s) of Makerspaces
Selected Clients & Partners
‘The Power of Making’, drew 320,000 visitors – an astonishing number. The Power of Making sent us a very clear signal and set us a very clear task.
Director, Victoria & Albert Museum
We’re reigniting an amazing heritage brand. That’s an awesome starting point from which to build a new, innovative community of designers and engineers.
Programme Director CRL, U+I Property Developers
What do you get if you cross a community centre, a laboratory, a gallery, science centre and a museum? The exciting hybrid model of the Institute of Imagination is certainly one of a kind.
CEO, Institute of Imagination, London
From Now On have been instrumental in helping the museum define its vision for the future as it embarked on its project to relocate to High Street Kensington. I would highly recommend them for any institution embarking in an in-depth review of their vision, objectives and future plans.
Deputy Director, Design Museum