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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.
Situated in a double ground floor unit within the listed Granary Building in Kings Cross, Fraher have completed this project in collaboration with Spiritland.
Spiritland is a new music brand founded in London, built around excellence in culture, curation and listening. A unique hi-fidelity, hand-built sound system delivers an unparalleled audio experience with a cultural and musical programme to match. Spiritland re-frames the bar and listening experience, delivering drinking, dining, socializing and musical enjoyment in a relaxed setting.
The award winning 'Box on the Docks' built entirely out of shipping containers, designed to be highly sustainable and built in 2 phases, with 3 storeys of hotel rooms to be added above the pub and restaurant at a later date once these operations are properly established.
Full restoration of a Regency period pub, and the building of a new mixed use building adjacent, with a glazed link containing circulation for both buildings creating a clear divide between the old and new.