Projects Office has been appointed by Ealing Council and the GLA to design a new workspace in West Ealing. We'll be transforming an unloved office into a dynamic new community working hub, with lots of input from the community and local college.
Entrepreneurs, small businesses, students, artists and makers of West Ealing: get involved! https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/manifesto-workshop-tickets-29897738942
A continuation of our work on the Madlove project created by artists the vacuum cleaner and Hannah Hull, we worked with Benjamin Koslowski to design a fantastical future asylum. The large architectural model is the finale of the Wellcome Collection's latest exhibition, Bedlam: the asylum & beyond.
Our Flying Colours display for Uniqlo's Regent Street store, created as part of RIBA's annual shop window competition is now live, complete with a flock of flapping pigeons.
Photo credit: Liam Clarke
We've been designing enhancements for the interior and exterior spaces of the Child & Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) ward in the new hospital currently under construction in Edinburgh. The project has been informed by in-depth user engagement, including a series of artist-led staff and patient workshops.
More info coming soon. In the meantime you can find out a little more about the project here.
Continuing our research into good mental health environments, we've been collaborating with artist the vacuum cleaner and designer Benjamin Koslowski on work for the upcoming Wellcome Collection exhibition, Bedlam: the asylum & beyond.
Find out more about the exhibition here.
We're delighted to have been selected to take part in the RIBA Regent Street Shop Windows Project. We'll be collaborating with art director Jack Berk to build a window display for fashion retailers Uniqlo from 5-25 September 2016. Bethan's got her dungarees on already...
For London Festival of Architecture 2016, we played an architectural version of Consequences with local community groups. You can see the absurd outcomes in our exhibition at Oxo Tower Wharf until 4th July 2016.
Read more about our approach and thoughts on real community consultation over at the LFA blog.
We're working on an exhibition at the Oxo Tower's G11 gallery as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2016. It's a lighthearted alternative approach to community consultation, to see if it's possible for everyone to get exactly what they want (spoiler: it probably isn't). Details of the exhibition to follow.
London Festival of Architecture runs from 1 – 30 June. www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org
We spent a brilliant and productive weekend in a rambling castle in deepest darkest Poland, working with children's furniture start-up moKee to develop their branding and content strategies.
Dramatic spaces at our north London site. It's incredible how much space can be found within a Victorian terrace. We love the temporary triple height atrium...but we're more excited about its ongoing transformation into a unique family home.
We are to delighted to have been shortlisted in New London Architecture's 'New Ideas for Housing' competition. The open call sought ideas to solve London's housing crisis and attracted entries from around the world. Our proposal 'The Rookery - a new (old) idea for housing' is a development of part of our Rooftops and Rookeries project and proposes dense cooperative self build housing for underused space in inner London housing estates.
PROJECTS OFFICE have been appointed to redesign a stone built warehouse building in North Yorkshire. Situated beside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal in Silsden, the building will be redeveloped to provide new office and showroom space for an expanding furniture company. The warehouse's current residents, a flock of around 50 pigeons will not be staying and will be relocated elsewhere.
Madlove: A Designer Asylum, the installation designed by PROJECTS OFFICE and Benjamin Koslowski in response to artist 'the vacuum cleaner's' Madlove project has received a commendation for services to mental health at the 2015 Design in Mental Health Awards.
See more on the MADLOVE project page.
PROJECTS OFFICE have been granted planning permission to create two new apartments within the top floors of a period house near Blackheath in South London. The building has been subject to a series of unsympathetic modernisations over the years and the works set out to reveal and enhance its period features as well as substantially improve aspects of the built fabric such as thermal efficiency.
PROJECTS OFFICE is shortlisted to design the waiting areas and play spaces for the new Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh. We were praised for our innovative and user driven approach to healthcare design.
PROJECTS OFFICE have been shortlisted in the Ideas Tap competition to create a new public sculpture for Bermondsey Square in South London. The competition organised in collaboration with Vitrine Gallery sent out an open call for new works to enliven the square for a six month period.
Our Madlove - 'Designer Asylum' installation at FACT Liverpool has been profiled in a BBC News feature. In this Video, artist 'the vacuum cleaner' talks about the ideas behind the project and how he hopes the 'wilfully optimistic' design of the space will influence the design of mental health care environments in the future.
See more on the MADLOVE project page.