A series of characterful interventions subdivide this industrial warehouse to accommodate a creative photography studio. The resulting mix of prescribed and non-prescribed spaces encourage interpretative use, changing behaviour patterns and better resulting collaboration across the company.
This low cost scheme is to be built around the corner from alma-nac’s studio. Constructed in SIPS, the lightweight structure will sit on existing single storey foundations. Simple extruded geometric forms along the site will house an internal street alongside a cafe and a series of flexible workspaces.
The core of a decentralized energy network, Barking's Energy Centre powers +10,000 homes saving 12,000 tonnes of Carbon. The design showcases function, exposing pipes, flues, and heat stores. The adjacent Visitor Centre echoes the architecture, offering the public a view of the underground pipes.
The transformation of an industrial warehouse into ten music studios, a ‘street’, and a green room. Inspired by Enzo Mari's 'autoprogettazione' approach, the studios feature utilitarian materials. Plywood, cut with zero waste, forms the street-facing side, with spare materials used for furniture.
Tooting Works aims to support inclusive creative and tech sector growth. Phase 1 involved a co-working space for 40 businesses. Phase 2 includes extending the facility, adding event space, meeting rooms, and enhancing the courtyard for gatherings and potential food stalls.
This innovative, low-cost 24hr clinical facility prioritizes stress reduction for animal patients through research-backed design strategies. The converted print works houses cutting-edge equipment, dedicated wards, and welcoming interiors that consider color, sound, and spatial arrangement.