Legendary British designer, Peter Saville, gave an insight into his groundbreaking career that spans across five decades to guests at the EQT Creator Studio.

After a week of hosting a series of gigs, talks and workshops at the Victoria House pop-up space, Saville, an adidas Originals collaborator and the artist best known for changing the way people think about album art and music packaging, detailed his artistic inspirations and thinking behind his creative process under the historic roof of a grade-II listed building.

The talk, and later on a Q&A session, prompted philosophical queries from guests in regards to the Swinging London era of the 1960s. Saville was engaging and thoughtful describing how he saw the 60s as the beginning of young people buying anything, going on to share stories of his relationships over the years, chiefly with close friend Malcolm Garrett.

Check out the re-cap video below from the EQT Creator Space, featuring Stefflon Don, Charli XCX and Mura Masa's performances and Nick Knight and Peter Saville's talks.