Belgian Architect Isaïe Bloch is founder of Eragatory - a versatile design practice based in London. Isaïe’s ongoing research and design ambitions are focused on the impact of digital craftsmanship on a large range of disciplines including Architecture, Plastic arts, Fashion and Design.
Eragatory aims to produce work that embodies crafted digital eclecticism through an engagement with both new digital design processes and the the oldest of manufacturing techniques and vice versa.

The work of the practice has been published internationally in Karl Lagerfeld`s - The little black jacket, AD - Evoking Through Design, Digital Handmade – published by Thames & Hudson and exhibited widely including at the Metropolitan Museum of Art New York USA, the FRAC Centre Orleans Fr, SHOWcabinet London UK, Experimental Architecture Biennial Prague CZ. Isaïe is simultaneously lecturing Architectural design at the Bartlett UCL and UEL in London.

At the Open Lecture Series internationally renowned architects, artists, theoreticians, critics and urbanists from all around the globe give talks to offer fresh perspectives on architecture, design, urban development and critical thought. The lectures are open to everyone interested in the future of our living environment. The lectures are held in English, free of charge.