Sevil Peach

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Wednesday 26 February 2014

Sevil Peach, interior architect
In conversation with Nathalie Pierron, Professor Interior Architecture faculty
Head – Genève, Boulevard James-Fazy 15, auditorium


Based in London, the interior architect Sevil Peach seeks to bring together the disciplines of architecture and spatial design  ‘... to create a whole without boundaries. Design only means something if it physically and emotionally serves the people who inhabit or use it. A given space must be able to interact with different people, each of them a full partner.’

Her innovative approach to workspace has earned her international renown and clients including Vitra, Sony, Deloitte, Barclays Bank, Mexx, Novartis and Microsoft. She is currently working with Herzog & de Meuron on the new extension of London’s Tate Modern Museum.


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Portrait de Sevil Peach
© Markus Gaab / courtesy of The Gaabs GMBH creative consultancy