José García Huidobro is an Argentine designer, engineer and sculptor, coming  from a science background, with a strong inclination to design and art from the Royal College of Art in London, where he graduated from in 2009.
During his studies at the RCA he squatted an island on the river Thames near Kew Gardens called ‘Lots Ait’. That’s where he lived and worked under extreme circumstances. Squatting an island in Central London was a reaction to the invasion of the Falkland Islands by the Brits 1982


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