drawings, set design, installations and curation by Rain Wu

Project commissioned by Redbull Studios London, in collaboration with photographer James StopforthProject commissioned by Redbull Studios London, in collaboration with photographer James StopforthThe Tea Set Designer in Residence 2016 The Design Museum, London: Tea Cups: Every EncounterThe Tea Set Designer in Residence 2016 The Design Museum, London: Sugar Bowl: Morality of ConsumptionEatopia Taiwan Pavilion at London Design Biennale 2016: Dish 4 Mutualism toast, beetroot juice, fresh pineappleEatopia Taiwan Pavilion at London Design Biennale 2016: Dish 3 Liberation bread, olive oil capsules, carrots, chives, chilliEatopia Taiwan Pavilion at London Design Biennale 2016: Dish 1 Crossing the Strait toasted steamed bun, lemon and honey gel, edible flowers, mint, gold leafArctic Exploration: Project in collaboration with Featuring FeaturingArctic Exploration: Project in collaboration with Featuring FeaturingEATAIPEI | A SENSORY EXPLORATION OF THE NEXT WORLD DESIGN CAPITAL AT TENT LONDON:DISH 5: TOWARDS A SWEET FUTURE EATAIPEI | A SENSORY EXPLORATION OF THE NEXT WORLD DESIGN CAPITAL AT TENT LONDON:EATAIPEI | A SENSORY EXPLORATION OF THE NEXT WORLD DESIGN CAPITAL AT TENT LONDON:DISH 1: MIXTURE OF THE PAST Collaboration with Taiwanese fashion designer and label Shao-Yen for his AW14 collection at the London Fashion Week, Somerset House. Collaboration with Taiwanese fashion designer and label Shao-Yen for his AW14 collection at the London Fashion Week, Somerset House. Collectivism

Rain Wu is a Taiwanese-born, London-based architect, working in various fields of art and design with specific interests in material development, speculative narratives and interactive spatial experiences. Her work ranges from drawings, set design, art installations, curation to building design. 
She graduated from Architecture MA at Royal College of Art and has worked at a number of practices including Carmody Groarke in London. Her architectural background has informed her skills to dissect subjects critically and assemble them in a coherent and relevant manner. She has lectured and exhibited internationally as well as collaborated with professionals from different disciplines to continuously explore architecture’s versatility in art and design.

Her work has been featured in London Design Biennale 2016 and Taipei Biennial 2016 and she is one of the Designers in Residence 2016 at the Design Museum, London. 
Find out more about the artist: www.rainwu.net