House Days: last week’s daytime event highlights
From a metal artist talk at DUMBO House to a talk series with designer Harris Reed at 180 Lofts, here’s what you missed
Friday 6 October 2023 By Soho House Photography by Rafaella Braga, Nigil Crawford
Welcome to House Days, the daytime version of our House Nights weekly article, where we round up the best events from around our global Houses. Think panels with top creatives, workshops, artist talks, and wellness events. Last week’s standout moments included a conversation with designer Harris Reed in London, a wellness event in Cape Town, live painting in Berlin, and more.
Read on to see all of the highlights.
Berlin Art Week live painting, Soho House Berlin
In celebration of Berlin Art Week, Brazilian artist Rafaella Braga joined us at Soho House Berlin for a live painting on the rooftop. Braga’s work explores themes of belonging, conquest and territory demarcation.
Co-create with Harris Reed, 180 Lofts, Soho Works
British fashion designer and creative director of Nina Ricci, Harris Reed, joined us at Soho Works 180 Lofts for a conversation with Harrods editor, Katie Service. The conversation offered members a rare glimpse into the mind of one of the industry’s most visionary designers.
Clique and create: a mixer for creatives, Soho Works 10 Jay
Clique Bait, a women-led creative agency focused on helping brands tell their story through content, joined us at Soho Works at 10 Jay Street last week for an inclusive networking event for creatives.
Wellness event, Cities Without Houses Cape Town
Last weekend, the team at Habitus hosted Cities Without Houses Cape Town members for a wellness morning of yoga and Pilates. Following the workout, Okja served plant-based cookies and matcha balls alongside iced lattes.
FBF Metal Atelier®: installation opening night and artisan talk, DUMBO House
On Monday, member and metal artist Friday Lynton hosted an artist talk for the opening night of FBF Metal Atelier®’s DUMBO House art installation, entitled ‘The Secret Life of Metal Botanical Art’. Lynton shared an inside look into her process in creating metal botanical art.
See our events page to see what’s coming up at our Houses around the world.