Jotta designers Ben James and Alan Terence operate from studios in London and Berlin
Jotta Studio develops narrative-led spaces including temporary exhibits and permanent architectural installations. The studio brings competencies in spatial and interaction design together with content creation and stage direction for the production of space.
Founded in partnership with Central Saint Martins in 2009, Jotta continues to collaborate with a wide range of educational institutions including The Bartlett at UCL and Falmouth University.
1. Jotta brings curatorial, architectural and stage direction decision-making processes together to bring stories to life in space.
2. Deploying new - and reimagining old - technologies, Jotta has a heritage of designing projects that bridge the increasingly elaborate relationship between the built environment, networked technologies and human experience.
3. Jotta is backed by global architecture networkJump, bringing scale to the studios design, construction and implementation capabilities.
Arts Council England, UK Creative Cultural Exchange, UK ELIA, Netherlands National Design & Craft Museum, Ireland Latitude Music & Arts Festival, UK Photographers Gallery, UK Plymouth Culture, UK Serpentine Galleries, UK Scottsdale Public Arts, USA
Somerset House Studios, UK South Kiosk, UK Tate, UK The Design Museum, UK transmediale, Germany UCLH NHS Trust, UK V&A, UK Whitechapel Gallery, UK Google Arts & Culture, UK
American Airlines, UK Audi, UK Canongate Publishing, UK Cass Art, UK Coca-Cola, UK Diageo, UK Fidelity, USA Diageo, UK Google, UK Inmarsat, Singapore
Intel, UK Lexus, Belgium Microsoft, Germany Nike, UK Pernod Ricard, UK Samsung, UK Siemens, UK Sony, Poland Sky, UK Unilever, Italy
ACADEMIC & TEACHING
The Bartlett, UCL, UK Central Saint Martins, UK Exeter University, UK
Falmouth University, UK University of Limerick, Ireland