As a swathe of green trees and plants continues to be planted across Africa as part of the Great Green Wall project, the UN and venturethree have invited students from LCC to help draw audiences’ support and investment through a series of experimental installations, apps, events and more
In a bid to move the world of property development away from glossy brochures and dodgy CG renders, Uniform has created an interactive experience for the Greenwich Peninsula regeneration project which offers up an animated, paper-like vision of the entire site.
In his latest series, photographer Marc Alcock documents the relationship between houses, plants and trees in the Californian suburbs. In some cases foliage is considered an architectural statement, while in others it seems to devour the very building it surrounds.
At 4pm (GMT) today, a new film exploring the hidden spaces beneath The Barbican Centre in London will be broadcast via boilerroom.tv. It’s the creation of musician Daniel Lopatin, aka Oneohtrix Point Never, and features a Four Tet remix of his track, Sticky Drama.
Speaking at creative conference Design Indaba today, Paloma Strelitz and James Binning of Turner Prize-winning collective Assemble discussed designing innovative public spaces, working with local communities, the benefits of being a multi-disciplinary studio and their inventive use of found materials…
Offset London: Graphic Though Facility’s Andy Stevens on transforming Hult International Business School
Creative festival Offset kicked off in London today, with talks from Erik Kessels, Johnny Kelly, Seb Lester, Rachel Thomas and more. Andy Stevens also gave a fascinating insight into Graphic Thought Facility’s wayfinding and identity work for Hult International Business School in East London – a collaboration with architects Sergison Bates, interior designer Fiona Kennedy, Why Not Associates’ Andy Altmann and London print studio Jealous…
At the London Transport Museum’s Night Shift exhibition, the story of a city emerging into light following the First World War is told through posters and photographs. One compelling image is of Sudbury Town station which, in 1931, became the first and only Underground stop with a neon sign.