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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.
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.
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.
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.
The V&A in South Kensington hosts over 4m visitors every year and its main café enjoys an outstanding reputation as one of the most beautiful in London. The brief for Reed Watts was to deliver a café in the Madejski Garden that would be met with a similar reception, replacing an existing structure that was no longer fit for purpose.
Inspired by the traditional garden pergola and taking the rhythm of the existing building as a starting point, the structure was designed so that it would sit lightly within the garden,...
The Lullaby Factory is a fantasy landscape reaching 10 storeys in height and 32 metres in length, designed to engage the imagination of everyone, from patients and parents to hospital staff, by providing an interesting and curious world to peer out onto.
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.
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.