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Compact, contemporary office accommodation for an Arts Organisation located on a tight city centre site.
The project involved extending a Grade II listed former Church in the middle of Brighton’s South Laines.
Projects Office was one of six emerging practices shortlisted from over 150 entries to design 2019’s Dulwich Picture Gallery's summer pavilion. Our colourful proposal featured an enfilade of richly coloured light as a prelude to John Soane's gallery.
The Embassy of the Climate Refugee - Wellcome Collection Pavilion Competition
In collaboration with ANDRECO
We propose a multidisciplinary project across architecture, art, science, social policies and welfare that aims to show in an innovative artistic context the consequences of the climate change affecting humans and their health (drought, desertification, fires, heat waves, topicalizations, floods) and creating new migration phenomena around the world.
This project is part of an existing research/collaboration between PiM.studio and Andreco aimed at investigating
how Climate Change affects people, their health and the environment, and focusing on “making the invisible visible”: finding creative solutions to translate scientific data into visual...
A new ‘Eleventh Church of Christ, Scientist London’ with 60 seat auditorium, ‘Reading Room’/bookshop, Sunday school and supporting areas, as well as separate rental offices above; by converting and expanding a dilapidated former pub in the King’s Cross conservation area.
We were appointed Architect, Interior Designer, Project Manager and Contract Administrator.
In 2015 the practice was commissioned to oversee a complete restoration of the internal and external fabric of the University of Winchester?s Victorian Chapel to be one of the most visible expressions of the celebrations to commemorate the 175th anniversary of the educational establishment. In addition, the University asked for an extension to the chapel, to include a small side chapel and a social and meeting space. The brief was to create a very special project, to sit as a small ?jewel? in the heart of the campus
Myriad is an inhabitable sculpture that captures a wide and ever changing series of vistas from the spectacular surroundings, to create a dynamic multi-perspective collage that constantly shifts in relation to the visitors’ movement around and within the sculpture.