We are thrilled that Creativeworks London have given us a Creative Entrepreneur-in-Residence Award for us to work with the University of the Arts London at Camberwell College of Arts, to research into ‘Perception and Interpretation: Narrative in space’. We look forward to starting this exciting research that will feed into our exhibition and theatre work. Read more here.
We visited the Large Hadron Collider to gather material for our Science Museum Exhibition opening this November. We are recreating the experience of going underground in a theatrical way, so we took the opportunity to take as many photos of possible in this remarkable space.
We have designed a new permanent gallery space at Manchester Museum called Nature’s Library that opened last night. We collaborated with graphic designers Nick Bell Design, and lighting designers studio ZNA to create a new setting for the Museum’s amazing collection that includes many different forms of animals plants and fossils. Read more here.
Tickets have gone on sale for the new exhibition we are designing at the Science Museum Collider: Step Inside the World’s Greatest Experiment. We are working with a creative team that includes the playwright Michael Wynne, video designer Finn Ross, lighting designers studio ZNA, graphic designers Northover & Brown and sound designer Carolyn Downing. Read more here.
The extensive refurbishment of an existing flat overlooking the River Thames has now been completed. The project involved the reconfiguration of the internal layout and new finishes throughout to provide much lighter and more dramatic living spaces.
‘Music Hall: Sickert and the Three Graces’, an exhibition we designed for the V&A Museum, has opened in their Theatre & Performance Galleries and runs until 5th January 2014. Collaborators for this include the theatre director Katie Mitchell and graphic designers Mar Mar Co. Read more here.
Our proposals for the redevelopment of this historic site in Leeds, Kent for Bacchus Partners includes the conversion of an existing building into two dwellings, and the creation of three new homes. Working closely with Maidstone Planning Department, the scheme balances the sensitive treatment of the existing with a contemporary re-interpretation of the local vernacular.
We are pleased to announce that the exhibition we designed at the Science Museum Codebreaker: Alan Turing’s Life and Legacy has won the prestigious ‘Great Exhibitions’ first prize from the British Society of the History of Science. The exhibition is open until 31st July 2013. Read more here.
Our proposals for Bacchus Partners for the redevelopment of this corner site in Lambeth, London has received planning permission. We were appointed after an initial scheme failed to gain an approval, and we were able to create a proposal that provides nine apartments with spacious amenity areas, while respecting the existing context and scale of the neighbouring buildings.
Our films that we made for a production of Lady Hamlet at the Teatro Orientacion at the Centro Cultural del Bellas Artes featured in this production with Director Aurora Cano. Each film location was created in the UK and video mapped onto a sphere that rotated around the stage. The production runs until December 2nd.