Featured in GWANGJU Biennale's Catalog

In 2013 my design for Unification Flag was selected and exhibited at GWANGJU Biennale in South Korea.

Review by Rick Poyner, Design Observer

“A particularly engaging collaboration can be seen in two matching booklets designed by RCA Visual Communication student Neringa Plange for Peter Maxwell’s project Almost Nothing about Mies van der Rohe’s unrealized proposal for the Mansion House Square building in London. Maxwell’s bravura discourse — his “critical fiction” tries to write the phantom building into being — gains added authority from perfectly measured columns of professional-looking type and a smoothly integrated picture section that meets the layout standards of an architectural monograph.”

Full article here

Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, Website

In 2013 interactive installation Metaqua was showcased as one of the most recent innovations, part of a group exhibition held at Tate Modern along with Heatherwick Studio and others.

Interviewed by Arts Thread as BBC Worldwide Competition Winner

Full interview here

Article about Metaqua selected and published by Rebecca Unsworth in MATERIAL FUTURES for UnmakingThings

"They have created new materials, used novel or unusual combinations of materials, and reconceptualised “traditional” materials. They have given consideration to the properties of materials, and the uses to which particular materials can be put. They have shown the importance of developing new production processes, engaging with science and engineering as much as art and design, and working collaboratively with other specialists."

Read full article in UnmakingThings.rca.ac.uk

Review by Paul Gravett

In 2012 visual essay The Museum was part of the group show in Hockney Gallery at the Royal College of Art. Full article here

The Crystal Goblet Typeface featured in 'This is Emerge' exhibition catalog

The Crystal Goblet Typeface presented as a sculpture, Part of London Graphic Design Festival.

The Crystal Goblet Typeface on This is Emerge website

The Crystal Goblet Typeface presented as a sculpture, Part of London Graphic Design Festival.