The landmark 250th Summer Exhibition exhibits three of our works.
The first is a model, 'The Spaces In Between', of our development in Eddington, North West Cambridge, for the University of Cambridge, which has now been built. The model depicts our concept of linked public spaces, demonstrating a series of interconnected courts and squares which differ in scale and function.
The second is a large-scale, c-type print of a newly-created, sectional visualisation of our design for the 'Open Up' project at the Royal Opera House. We have re-designed the existing spaces, including the Linbury Theatre, and created new ones – the extension to the Bow Street entrance and the glazed roof terrace restaurant.
The final piece is a photographic collaboration in the form of a giclée print depicting our North London School competition model. The model was photographed by Marcus Ginns and plays with light, beautifully abstracting the model to become a singular ribbon of light. Limited edition prints of the work are available to purchase here.
Exhibited in 'The Great Spectacle', our work 'Intangible' demonstrates our interest in solid, void, positive, negative light and shade, as well as in carved, sculpted spaces. The cast jesmonite model depicts four seminal buildings – The Pantheon in Rome, the Church of Saint George at Lalibela, Ethiopia, Le Corbusier’s Church of Saint-Pierre and Khan’s Philips Exeter Academy Library – and imagines what would be a linked complex of interconnected voids.
Both the 250th Summer Exhibition and 'The Great Spectacle' are on display from 12 June - 19 August.