A community led self-build Cricket Pavilion, with shared space for local enterprise use. The scheme is derived from the movements of the cricket team; the controlled sense of arrival of each team, the separate changing cabins and the dramatic single point of entry to the pitch.
Designed for an NHS health centre, the Rainbow Bench stems from a collaborative design process with medical staff and patients during the pandemic. Created alongside Mirrl, the unique through-coloured resin seat panels form a semi-circle bench for sharing and a quarter-circle seat for retreating.
Transforming two vacant commercial units into an affordable, temporary community kitchen for Bexley Council, this lively shared dining space injects life into the wider area with shopfront-visible activity and vibrant colours, underpinned with sustainable, demountable and re-usable construction.
‘The Upside-down House’ is a competition winning design for a playhouse for Berkley Homes. This simple concept gives rise to a whole new world. The floor becomes the sky, the roof becomes the floor, enter through the chimney and slide out of the front door.
Redesigning Old Street roundabout for ICON magazine, alma-nac created a destination out of a crossroads, inserting an enclave of fun into a busy roundabout. The resulting people-orientated place provides the backdrop for festivals, for picnics, for community and play (all without interrupting the buses).