This week the annual Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy opened to the public, now in its 249th year. The Architecture Room, curated by Architect Farshid Moussavi, focusses on construction drawings - a concept that explores how architects' work differs from that of artists, sculptors and photographers.
In response to this theme, Stanton Williams have collaborated with artist Edward Lloyd to create 'Musee d’Arts de Nantes - dessin d’exécution' (pictured), a digital embroidery on silk showing a section of a construction drawing from the new museum opening in Nantes this month.
Stanton Williams are also exhibiting a limited edition Giclee print showing a detail of a construction drawing from the Musee d’Arts de Nantes, along with a model of their Glass Entrances at Tottenham Court Road Underground Station and a concept model from the new UCL East Marshgate project.
The Summer Exhibition is open from 13 June - 20 August 2017.