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13 July 2014

Exhibition in Leipzig

The exhibition 'Heart, Allure, and Feeling' has opened at the Museum of Fine Art in Leipzig, marking the 250th anniversary of the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig and featuring work by graduates of the school.

The Modern Follies project, our collaboration with Oliver Klimpel and the school's System-Design Class, was selected for the exhibition. The students created an interior ensemble relating to the courtyard installation, with a full-scale wall drawing of the pavilion and mobile staircase in pencil and three furniture objects to provide an environment for reading the Visual Event book.

The show runs until 19th October 2014.

Exhibition in Leipzig

9 July 2014

First photos in Bermondsey

We have the first few shots of our lobby interior in Bermondsey - here's a detail of the terrazzo flooring and skirting, which integrates ventilation outlets.

First photos in Bermondsey

25 June 2014

Cass show

The Cass summer show opens today in Central House opposite the Whitechapel Gallery.

Our students in Studio 8 have been studying the phenomenon of the supermarket and designing new spaces for food supply and social exchange. This drawing shows their studies of the mediaeval typology of the Market Hall, which accommodates an enclosed room for governance over an open space for commerce.

Studio 8 focuses on the large and ugly structures which are central to global capitalism, exploring the nature of shared space within contemporary society and proposing optimistic models for new forms of public building.

Cass show

18 June 2014

Book launch in Brno

'THE VISUAL EVENT - An Education in Appearances' edited by Oliver Klimpel and published by Spector Books is launched today at the Brno Biennale.

The book promotes and explores an extended situational practice of graphic design and tests the idea of the 'visual event'. It compiles contributions from different discplines alongside the work of the System-Design Class at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig, and includes our essay 'Event Spaces: Infrastructure, Interference, and Indeterminacy'.

You can read the essay online here and buy the book online here.

Book launch in Brno

25 May 2014

Music festival

The ground floor event space at Britannia House is open to the public this week as the venue for the London Contemporary Music Festival 2014, before construction work starts on the fit-out for Second Home, a new space for entrepreneurs in Shoreditch.

Music festival

9 April 2014

Meanwhile Brixton event

We'll be presenting our proposal for the Meanwhile site in Brixton market with our partners at Brixton Toolbox tonight. The meeting starts at 6.30pm - come along if you want to find out more about the project.

Address:
No. 6 Somerleyton Road
London SW9 8ND

Meanwhile Brixton event

29 March 2014

Opening tonight

The pavilion commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig opens tonight. Designed in collaboration with Oliver Klimpel and the System-Design Class at the school, it was constructed with the help of our students at The CASS Studio 8. Finished photos to come soon - this concept image is by Alix Bouteleux and Thomas Schoofs.

Opening tonight

27 March 2014

Brixton Toolbox

Our project for the Brixton Toolbox consortium has been shortlisted by Lambeth Council for the Meanwhile at Pope's Road competition. A group of local businesses and community organisations will provide youth training and support for emerging technology and food businesses.

Working with Lambeth College, Toolbox will provide substantial training opportunities for young people, and adults with learning difficulties and disabilities.

Working with somewhereto_ and Code7, Toolbox will provide access to an extraordinary space for young people to express themselves and hold public events.

Working with the Brixton BID, Toolbox will provide a place for businesses from the edge of Brixton Town Centre to find new customers, and to promote Brixton as a destination in London.

Brixton Toolbox

26 March 2014

Pavilion in Leipzig

Work on site for the pavilion commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig. Designed in collaboration with Oliver Klimpel and the System-Design Class at the school, it was constructed with the help of our students at The CASS Studio 8. Finished photos to follow!

Pavilion in Leipzig

22 December 2013

Gallery opening

We have received the first photographs of the Factory Gallery project, which has just opened in Kuala Lumpur. This evening shot shows the open garden pavilion. The 'vent block' wall behind it encloses the garden and the gallery block can be seen to the right. More to follow.

Gallery opening

31 October 2013

Community Hub

Our project for a Community Hub at Longfield Hall, a Grade II listed late Victorian building in Camberwell, has just won funding from SIB and My Community Rights. The funding will allow the Friends of Longfield Hall to develop a plan to maintain and improve the hall for future generations.

Built in 1887, the Hall is one of the community buildings built as part of the Minet Estate around Myatt's Fields. A private development, the estate contained house types for a wide range of incomes as well as schools, a community hall, a library, a park with sports facilities, churches, and shops.

Community Hub

1 September 2013

Award nomination

Our Black and White Gallery project has been shortlisted for an INSIDE award at the World Architecture Festival, which takes place in Singapore in October.

Award nomination

20 August 2013

On site

A new shot from the KD gallery project currently on site in Kuala Lumpur. The retaining wall of local quartz rubble has been completed, and the steel frames for two of the three pavilions have been erected. The first few courses of the wall of ventilating concrete blockwork have been laid, showing the outline of the garden courtyard that will enclose the buildings. More to follow.

On site

15 July 2013

Electric Light Station

The Electric Light Station opens today; a temporary pavilion designed and built by us and our students in Studio 8 of the Cass School of Architecture as part of Islington Exhibits, an initiative to unlock hidden venues in Islington and give artists and craftspeople a space to display their work.

Exploring the historic use of the site, the structure recalls industrial and religious archetypes. It is designed to create an informal backdrop for public events and a contemplative interior space with specific qualities of light and sound.

It is made from 2" x 1" softwood and other materials partially recycled from the Cass Summer Show. Thanks to Price & Myers for assistance with structural design.

Electric Light Station

26 June 2013

Exhibition at the Cass

The Cass summer show opens today. Our students in Studio 8 have been looking at London City Airport; first investigating its disjointed and neglected surroundings, then making design proposals for new buildings to serve the airport and the local community. The show runs until Sunday 5th July in Spring House on Holloway Road.

Exhibition at the Cass
 
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