Monthly Archives: October 2013

First HBSS public workshop

Together with Iain Borden, we have been involved with creating the ideology behind a new city space that is part of the Southbank Centre, on the the river thames in London. Below is a video from the 1st public consultation meeting that took place last week. This really explains the brief and shows how the appointed architect SNE Architects, founded by skater Søren Nordal Enevoldse responded to it.

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Friggebodar by Chris Mobbs

Chris was here afew months ago writing his masters dissertation “Manifesto of Making, What does the architect, architecture and society stand to gain from architecture schools adopting a culture of making?”, in-between he snapped some lovely shots of the Friggebodar that he helped design and build.

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back-door-stripes

Birch-Window

birch-fin-view

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Material-combination

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New house entrance

We wanted to create a functional inside/outside space, this area also connects to the balcony via a door. Even though it’s not entirely finished yet you get the idea.

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DoorFromBalconyToEntrance

DoorToBalcony

DoorToUnderneathBalcony

EntranceStairs

Windows

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Hyperobjects

We just recived some copies of “Hyperobjects, Philosophy and ecology after the end of the world, by Timothy Morton”. This book is features Marijes mapping piece “Wellness over time”, looks like it’s going to be an interesting read.

HypoCvr

HypoSpread

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