Crane.tv Curates: One Room, Three Global Names Culture lovers are in for a treat this month as Crane.tv go offline with a pop-up at the glamourous St Martins Lane (don’t use an apostrophe or call it a hotel, whatever you do). Crane.tv, the leading digital video-magazine for contemporary culture, will exhibit a selection of their favourite objects created by their most loved artists and designers, alongside intimate video profiles and if you look closely in the video you’ll spy me near the door during the talk. Starting with Sir Terence Conran, famed for transforming the look of the British home will be showcasing his most loved work from his retrospective at London’s Design Museum. The following week, artist Kate MccGwire presents a cabinet of curiosities, objects, which she has collected over the years that continue to inspire her work. Closing the week is digital artist and founder of ‘Universal Everything’ Matt Pyke who will exhibit digital wonders like ultraviolet trees grown out of mathematical formulas and 3D-printed figurines borne from code. “In keeping with the Crane.tv ethos of thoughtfully exploring leading thinkers’ and creatives’ works, we curate our favourite and most loved artists and designers, and give them free reign to select their own favourites – giving viewers an exclusive look into their ‘world’.” Trisha Andres, Editor, Crane.tv Crane.tv in The Front Room at St Martins Lane is open Monday – Sunday from 11am-8pm. Admission is free. The Front Room, St Martins Lane, 45 St Martins Lane WC2N 4HX 9th January – Sir Terence Conran 16th January – Kate MccGwire 23rd January – Matt Pyke Daniel Having worked in design for the past decade, Daniel started ateliertally.com as a discussion of timeless, modernist product design. Trained as a graphic designer, he also has an avid interest in typography. You can follow him on Twitter @ateliertally.