On the 15 June 2016 the design studio JULIA from London gave a talk at the faculty in front of a crowd of more then 100 llisteners. On the 16th + 17th of June they also did a workshop with 20 students, which was based around the 17 stops of the Darmstadt F-bus. The result is a publication, which is currently being printed. More soon.

Julia is a London based design studio founded in late 2008 by Valerio Di Lucente (Italy), Erwan Lhuissier (France) and Hugo Timm (Brazil). Bringing together graphic and spatial design, the studio collaborates with clients from the cultural and commercial sector on a broad range of projects including typefaces, books, magazines, exhibitions, posters, websites and identities. Since 2012 the studio is responsible for the art direction of the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Arts). Other projects include the art direction of Elephant magazine, books for publishers such as Phaidon and Laurence King, and typefaces for Wallpaper magazine. For more visit julia.uk.com