Process in Work: Opening

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Thank you all so much for coming to the opening of Process in Work last night! We had a great time creating our own moire patterns in Max R+I‘s installation, and seeing the first instalment of Sorsha Galvin‘s piece ‘Back to Nowhere’. If you missed the private view, there is still time to visit as […]

Process in Work

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The second part of the Process series, ‘Process in Work‘ opens this week! Four artists and designers explore how their experimental approaches to the creative process and working methods form the very fabric of their work. More than informing or guiding the design, the process becomes integral to the end result. Through sculpture, installation, design & […]

Process in Work: Studio Weave

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Founded in 2006, Studio Weave is an award-winning RIBA Chartered architecture practice based in London. The studio balances a joyful, open-minded approach with technical precision to create a diverse body of work in the UK and abroad for public, private and commercial clients. Studio Weave values idiosyncrasies in creating a sense of place, from the characteristics that […]

Process in Work: Max Fordham R+I

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We have an exciting line-up for our next instalment of the Process series, ‘Process in Work‘, starting with the Reasearch and Innovation group from the engineers Max Fordham. A few words from Max Fordham R+I on their proposal ‘Moiré Screens’ for ‘Process in Work’: Art, physics and engineering collide in a multi-faceted piece, investigating and experimenting with architectural applications […]

People in Process: erect architecture

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erect architecture is an award-winning architectural practice led by Barbara Kaucky and Susanne Tutsch. They have developed an expertise in the fields of user-centred architecture for leisure, culture, education, work and play. As a practice erect architecture treasure the cross-fertilisation and innovation that comes from creative collaborations and teamwork. They seek new and creative ways of working with […]