We kicked off as the first invited speakers at the new N17 space - lots of interesting discussions about the Tottenham Shopfront Regeneration project and larger regeneration plans for Tottenham. The N17 space is a refurbishment of a vacant shop unit into a new community hub on the high street - We're excited to be adding to this improvement by giving 3 shops next to N17 a new look with new hand painted signboards, window displays and high level works.
Urban Pampheteer #4 Publication, featuring our work in Doha, is launched at the prestigious Museum of Islamic Art! Very excited to be part of such a great occasion and we look forward to the London launch later this month!
We start our work in Tottenham by consulting with the local shopkeepers along West Green Road and High Road! Watch this space!
Our collaborative Old Doha Prize team has contributed to UCL Urban Lab's "Urban Pampleteer #4" Publication on the subject of Heritage in Doha, to be officially launched next month. Other co-contributors: Dr Ashraf Salama, Ali Alraouf, David Kendall, Rosanna Law, Rami El Samahy, Kelly Hutzell, Peter Bishop, Adrian Lahoud, Marcial Echenique, Vicky Richardson, Ben Barbour, Clare Melhuish, Sally McDonald, Antonia Rosati, Fatma Al Sahlawi, Trinidad Rico and Michael Edwards. A special thanks to Clare Melhuish for involving us in this exciting research project!
We are excited to be working with London Borough of Haringey on the regeneration of Tottenham High Road and West Green Road. Improvement works will include 30 shop front improvements, shutter artwork and signage. Follow progress on: http://tottenhamshopfronts.tumblr.com/
We are excited to have been shortlisted by Brighton & Hove City Council for our concept designs for regenerating London Road. We proposed a series of follies which inspire a sense of delight and take cues from local precedents such as Brighton Pavilion, Clockhouses, the Pier and boat-building structures!
Our installation for the IN TRANSIT Festival is taking shape! Opening to the public on the 18th July!
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