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Oskar Hansen: Open Form
An exhibition highlighting the work of Oskar Hansen (1922-2005), architect, urban planner,
Annett Zinsmeister– Urban Shelter?
While the previous exhibition at BNKR, “In the Room with_”, addressed the artistic appropr
Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital
LAVA has designed the exhibition “Out of Hand: Materialising the Digital” which runs at th
Facades+ AM conference
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The program includes three sessions to cover issues unique to
Brick has been used on the elevations of this project to resonate with the surrounding Victorian and post-war housing
SimpsonHaugh and Partners has completed a £28m landmark housing development in South Kilburn, north-west London. Queen’s Park Place provides 144 ‘tenure-blind’ homes in a 16,000 sq m scheme of three buildings for Bouygues Development and Londonewcastle. A key project in the South Kilburn Regeneration Area, the high quality development deals skilfully with a difficult site bounded by the West Coast Mainline train route to the north and a busy arterial traffic route to the west.
Rising from five to eight storeys, the design provides a gateway marker for South Kilburn at the corner of Salusbury Road and Albert Road. High quality facades, a dramatically cantilevered entrance and increased public realm contribute positively to the streetscape by creating a strong sense of place.
In response to the site constraints, SimpsonHaugh and Partners both maximised the site&rs