Elegant / Minimal / Quirky / Detailed… Just a few words that could be used to describe 1 millimetre. 1 millimetre is a design studio based between London and Beirut. Designer, Sara studied at London’s Architectural Association and went on to work for Heatherwick Studio before establishing her own brand. She now heads 1 millimetre, designing on […]
Now on at DreamSpace Gallery
Hosted by the Bartlett Development Planning Unit (DPU) at UCL, cLIMA sin Riesgo exhibits the spatial understanding of urban risks in low-income settlements.
This July, SPARK Architects unveils award-winning project in London. Home Farm – a concept for the next generation of retirement housing for Singapore. The bold conceptual project proposes the combination of apartments and facilities for seniors with vertical urban farming.
In conjunction with the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) and this year’s theme of Community, Anna Gibb has composed a sketching exhibition which allows audience to join in and take part.
Scene Art will be presenting a series of work in the Dreamspace Gallery during London’s Clerkenwell Design Week 2016. This May we will be featuring projects from various artists and designers such as Adam Blencowe, Almudena Romero, Christabel Balfour, Max Fordham R+I, and Sorsha Galvin.
Following Inga Krymskaya’s global call to artists for her project “3045 Variations on Rubens’ The Feast of Venus”, participating artists will be joining her for the first time in a collaborative exhibition at the Dreamspace Gallery in London.
This Spring, Adrem are collaborating with SAM Labs to host an interactive experience in our very own gallery. Come in and visit the SAM Labs pop-up store!
A photography exhibition by CMF Designer, Katie Kubrak. Focusing on the materials and elements that make up our environment, this exhibition captures the details of surfaces and shapes from our everyday world.
An exhibition of sculpture and drawings by NICOLA RAVENSCROFT and introducing phase one of a major new international sculpture installation in partnership with THIRST ™ and Global Water Fund.
Curated by Nathalie Ashford, two artists from Heatherwick Studio, Jakeline Londono and Jeronimo Garcia collaborate to showcase a collection of their new and recent work. Experimenting and combining different materials to create a whole new identity.
For our third seminar of “Why is BIM Good for Small Practices?” we are expanding to a new venue! Hosting not one but two speakers from Arney Fender Katsalidis to explain how their design firm works globally with BIM.
Showcasing a collection of black and white photography on natural wildlife, stunning landscapes and African skies. All profits from this exhibition will be donated to Mosaic to support their mentoring programmes.