Laurie Nouchka has been developing architectural artworks for over 8 years. She has collaborated with a number of clients for bespoke commissions as well as creating her own city inspired collections featuring some of the world’s most iconic buildings including The Shard in London and The Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.
Her works of art are all inspired and informed by movement, be it through human form, architectural landscapes or travel. Her clothing collections ‘for those that move’ can be found in stores, galleries and hotels internationally.
Laurie’s architectural commissions are developed with clients in many functional ways to create a bespoke offering that reflects their own unique architectural story. To name a few, recent commissions have included limited edition artwork on fabrics, clothing, walls & client specific products for Soho House, ITV, Victoria and Albert Museum and Equinox Gyms.
All collections are made in London and printed in the UK using recycled materials. All items are limited edition and in many cases, made to order. We believe in quality over quantity.
As well as creating works of art that provide a form and function, Laurie developed walls on walls, a creative project that works with organisations to bring community engagement to an area through art. These spatial artworks are created on site specific exterior walls, temporary hoardings, meanwhile spaces, retail spaces and interiors. This includes commissions from Camden Council and the Victoria and Albert Museum to create a series of vibrant, permanent wall installations across a number of housing estates and public spaces. Each art work uses audio and visual means to tell a story of the changing local landscape. Through engaging the local community in the creation of a work of art she builds on her previous experience as a youth arts producer at London’s iconic Roundhouse.
Laurie also regularly runs Dynamic, Intuitive, life drawing workshops around London. Participants are lead through a number of drawing exercises with a focus on tapping into our instinctual flow state. The sessions use the breath as a tool to connect to the body and invite us to re-evaluate our whole idea of what drawing and ultimately art really is.
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