The Hive

2015

The Hive was originally conceived as the centrepiece of the UK Pavilion at the 2015 Milan Expo and was the first UK Pavilion to be reused and brought back to Britain after an Expo to be sited in its permanent home at Kew Gardens.

The Story of Doe Lea

2018

The Story of Doe Lea was an interactive project, using film, photography, events, walks, talks and workshops to engage local residents in portraying the story of the village of Doe Lea.

Thamesmead Cultural Strategy

2018 – ongoing

As Part of Peabody’s long-term regeneration plans to realise Thamesmead’s potential and build 20,000 new homes, they are embedding culture into the heart of their plans from the beginning. Their cultural strategy ensures that they work with local communities to create culture as part of daily life, and partnerships with local and international partners has enabled them to raise the profile and ambition of Thamesmead and put it on the map.

Trenchard Street (Stoney Street Steps)

2014 – 2016

The renovation of the Stoney Street pedestrian public right of way was conceived and designed as a route and a destination social space to articulate through the use of materials the disjuncture between the crust of human occupation above ground and the bedrock beneath.

Writing on the Wall

1991 – 2002

Photographs of the Jewish quarter in Berlin from pre-world war II were projected on the buildings and streets where they were originally taken and then photographed to remind the city of a part of its identity sometimes forgotten.

Superkilen

2011

Superkilen Park in Copenhagen is a collaboration between BIG (architects), Topotek1 (landscape architects) and SUPERFLEX (artists) to create a public space that celebrates the diversity of its residents. The park is 355,000 square feet and boasts 60 installations of urban best practice from around the world.

Conflict Kitchen

2010 – 2015

Located in a kiosk within the park surrounding the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Conflict Kitchen is both a restaurant and a socially engaged public art project that only serves cuisine from countries with which the USA is in conflict. The project, created by Jon Rubin and Dawn Weleski, rotates identities every few months in relation to current geopolitical events and has included North Korea, Cuba, Iran, and Venezuela. The current version of Conflict Kitchen is Afghanistan.