In the lecture we discuss recent work where architectural representation and the iterative process of design: investigation, proposition, drawing, making, modelling, etc, are particularly significant and lead to highly visual and engaging pieces which establish an important relationship between the user, the viewer and the artist/architect. The Hawksmoor International Open Lecture Series, Thursday 29th January 2014
Year 4 Theory Prize - Nicholas Blomstrand, Year 5 Theory Prize - Jennifer Dyne, Year 4 Technology Prize - Marcus Stockton, Year 5 Technology Prize - Danny Lane, The Bartlett Prize - Sandra Youkhana, The Bartlett Prize - Danny Lane, RIBA Foster Travelling Scholarship - Joe Paxton
Come and join us, if you are in Italy of course, at the Syracuse NY outpost in Florence where we will be discussing our latest work. Starts at 6pm.
The magazine featured a discussion between us, Sir Peter Cook and Will Hunter, on drawing culture in architecture including 10 pages of our work. Our latest drawing, 'Wet Lands', could be found on the cover and in a special gatefold insert. Other interviews included are Peter Eisenman, Hernan Diaz Alonso, Marcelo Spina, Eric Owen Moss and Sou Fujimoto.
Congratulations to Adrienne Lau from (Unit 11 2012-13) on her success at the ARs awards, (Dis)Assembly of Surburbia was described by Mel Dodd as "Refreshingly pseudo-practical yet resoundingly political, the icing on the cake is the recycling of foreclosed McMansions into a satisfyingly counter culture version of their former selves."