We are a multi-disciplinary practice who work with performing arts venues to activate and regenerate buildings through a combination of design, consultancy and live events. Our work is driven by the belief that everyone should have access to inspiring, empowering and user-friendly cultural spaces and experiences.

Our studio is located in Kronhuset, one of the oldest secular buildings in Gothenburg, Sweden.

We are passionate and curious collaborators driven by the belief that everyone should have access to inspirational, empowering and user-friendly cultural spaces.

Working across disciplines we draw on a wider team of experts who share our values to create the perfect team for each client and project.


Every building we work with has a unique context and future potential.  We look for original and innovative design solutions which resonate with the culture and essence of the spaces we work with.


We offer expert advice and guidance, from initial concept and design through to opening night and beyond.  Our team have a range of expertise in venue management and technical systems.

Live Events

From repurposed warehouses to outdoor parks, we curate immersive experiences that bring people together, creating unforgettable memories in unexpected places.

Founding Director

Lucy Osborne

Lucy provides consultancy in all aspects of theatre and interior design, specialising in auditorium design and planning.  She is passionate about working in partnership with communities to create accessible spaces which are user-friendly and open to all.

As a theatre designer her broad portfolio of work is regularly seen in major venues across the UK, New York and Sweden and reaches extensively across disciplines, with a focus on new musical theatre, installation design and theatre architecture.

She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Trustee of the Theatres Trust.

Project Director

Lewis Smith

Lewis is a cultural project director and creative producer, with several years’ experience of managing arts projects and delivering live events.

Prior to joining studio three sixty, Lewis oversaw venue development at cultural heritage site Gathenhielmska Huset in Gothenburg, and he has also worked as a consultant for child design studio Lekkontoret and as programmer for a UK arts festival.


Richard Williamson — Technical Venue Specialist

Richard is a highly skilled technical venue specialist who brings a wealth of experience in delivering complex production systems covering a broad range of disciplines including lighting, sound and digital installations. He has extensive production management and lead consultancy experience at the highest level and is on the board of the Kings Head Theatre, London.

Simon Baker — Sound and AV Consultant

Simon is an award winning sound designer and composer. Simon began his career in the sound departments of the Royal Court, Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre. In 1999 he joined commercial design and rental company Autograph before going on to design many shows across the globe including at the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Shakespeare’s Globe, West End and on Broadway.

Giles Favell — Stage Engineering Specialist

Giles is an award winning Designer and Consultant providing bespoke services to the Performing Arts from auditorium design down to bespoke components. Giles spent seven years as Principal Designer for Steeldeck, designing auditoria, stages, and other bespoke installations, and also invented various types of new structures and fittings, including the A PACK Retractable Seating System (the UK’s first curved retractable).

Carla Kingham — Associate Artist & Advisor

Carla is an Associate of studio three sixty˚, a theatre director and community practitioner. She is Joint Artistic Director of all-female collective Bleeding Nora, a Trustee of intergenerational dance charity Dance Woking and a regular contributor for industry publications such as Arts Professional and Everything Theatre. She has worked extensively as a director and associate director both nationally and internationally, but her true passion lies in the advocacy of community and participatory arts.

How do we work together?