We make the shortlist for the Creekmouth Heritage Art Commisions project and look forward to submitting our proposals!
A nice piece in the BD about the first phase of our Barking High Street Shop improvements! To read the article go to www.bdonline.co.uk
Work starts on the Photo Express shop - just the sign board and external shutter painting to go now!
We've been developing shop front designs with Jimmie of Photo Express (family business of over 20yrs) and Mr.Patel of Barking News and Wines.
The Photo Express window will be opened up to bring more daylight into the shop, along with new neon sign, A-board, new artwork to the roller shutter and an interior display of Barking archive high street photos and passport photos from past years.
News & Wines pavement objects (Milk crate, newspaper rack, Lyca mobile stand and bubble gum dispenser) will be cleaned up and reclad to allow for poster display, notices and latest Lyca offers to the sides of the objects. [+ a small thank you to Mr.Patel for giving us a Valentine's day treat of a bottle of wine after today's progress meeting!]
We talk at the Victoria & Albert's Making It: Careers in Art and Design Workshop about some of our work and the role of the Architect. More here
Its been an intense and exciting week working up proposals with Fatima Fawzzy and Alaa Larri as well as exchanging ideas with the other teams, facilitators Angela Brady and Adrian Lahoud and the judges . Many thanks to the British Council and partners for organising such an amazing week. Read more about what we got up to in BD Feature, arch-daily, e-architect, Qatar Tribune, Gulf Times and The International Islamic.
Click here to drawings and more information...
We're excited to be going to Doha in November for a week-long design charette - we'll be paired with Qatari architects to research and explore new ways to address the changing urban landscape of Old Doha. The brief focuses on the principle of Al Turath Al Hai (Living Heritage). More details on the British Council blog, click here!
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