We have experience in site analysis on large scale sites looking at how the pubic move around a site, designing way finding systems and interventions. We worked with Southbank Centre on a series of their summer festivals as architectural associate to analyse the site and to position outdoor artistic interventions and designing our own installations.
We have a robust understanding of designing public sites and associated planning applications, hostile vehicle schemes, cultural and commercial interventions and wayfinding.
Creation of a new outdoor space with an interactive exhibition and small performance space to bring the ‘inside of the theatre, outside’
A new staircase for Southbank Centre in London celebrates an architecture of borrowing, re-purposing and adapting mass-produced objects.
The winner of an RIBA competition to design a transportable event space for 200 people for Yorkshire Forward Regional Development Agency.
Feasibility and planning application for 700 seat venue sited in sited in temporary gardens with pop up food and drink outlets for Southbank Centre
Concept, curation and wayfinding design in collaboration with Southbank Centre for their Summer Festivals
A deployable bar and stage space for Argent in Kings Cross. Designed to be easily put up and taken down and has an inner and outer curtain to create an enclosed or open space below an inflatable roof.
A public artwork and temporary bar, commissioned by Argent at King’s Cross