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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...
HASA Architects has completed works to transform a derelict horticultural glasshouse at Highgate Bowl in North London into a new public space. The project, inspired by the frame and construction of the original building, explores the possibilities of this forgotten piece of the city by bringing it back into public use through a series of small-scale interventions. These sensitive interventions take the form of new external and internal pathways, as well as rooms and furniture pieces that guide visitors through the large open bays of the glasshouse while framing views...
London Design Festival 2017 - Brixton Playing Fields
Brixton Playing Fields is an interactive, outdoor arts installation with collaborative play and inclusivity at its heart.
Brixton Playing Fields was named as a headline partner of the Brixton district of London Design Festival 2017.
“Play should be at the centre of a united community and our aim is to encourage adults and children to engage, talk, build and create together.”
The concept was conceived by Studio HE in partnership with Lisa Turner-Wray, and developed in conjunction with The Remakery during a series of free workshops open to the public spanning...
The longest bench in Britain seats over 300 people along the spine of Littlehampton's coastline and measures 324 metres in length. It is made from thousands of hardwood bars reclaimed from seaside groynes and landfill.
Dulwich Pavilion—‘After Image’—is a temporary structure at the Dulwich Picture Gallery and formed the centre-piece of the London Festival of Architecture 2017. The structure provides a flexible events space, with a bar pod incorporated to serve food and drink. Using reflection as a tool to mediate between the monolithic nature of Sir John Soane’s gallery and the surrounding landscape, the pavilion creates new, intense and lasting experiences for the gallery’s visitors.
The Hub, is a Myplace funded youth-led ClubHouse in Enfield, London. It is a project for young people 13 to 19. The Hub's new building is a remodelled and re-clad existing two storey youth club with a large new two storey extension.
Undertaken in collaboration with Landscape Designer Marcus Barnett, the project was commissioned by the Times Newspaper in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Inspired by the cellular structure of plants and their processes of growth, this pavilion encompassed the unique patterns they embody.
Comprehensive improvements and expansion to the British Academy of Film and Television Arts grade II listed headquarters at 195 Piccadilly. Our Strategic Improvements Masterplan focuses on robust flexibility with options for phasing.
Proposals enhance BAFTA’s identity as an international centre of excellence for the motion picture arts, and balance members’ needs with extra revenue generation to ensure long-term financial sustainability for the charity.