One of the projects we’ve worked on the most in the last half year is a pop-up event space where kids are invited to design and create their own t-shirts. For this project we developed (in collaboration with rocknrollarchitecture) a number of MACHINES. One of these machines was a sling shot/catapult machine. This of course required some testing in the back yard!
Images from our set design for Daniel Adams-Ray at way Out West in August are now online on facebook! Link HERE.
We have uploaded a photo album of the pop-up bar we built for Johnnie Walker in Munich in October. Follow the link to see more:
More images of Pyramid Scheme now on facebook!
Here’s a photograph of the stage design we made for Efterklang’s Piramida concert tour last year. More images here here:
We’re starting the updating with these kitchen units we built for a private home in Prenzlauer Berg in June of this year. They consist of a number of simple open boxes in varying sizes. The box modules are attached together with metal clips and can be taken apart and rearranged in any number of configurations.
We’ve not been updating our blog much in the last few months: it’s not because we’ve not been busy! We’ve made a pop-up t-shirt factory for kids, a display stand for watches, a stage design, a modular kitchen, a temporary bar and more. But now it is time, and over the next two weeks we will make sure you get up to date on what we’ve been up to over the last half year. As they say: watch this space.
Happy New Year everyone! Thanks to all of you, who have made this last year so great. We can’t wait for the next one to happen.
We have travelled to Stockholm to design and build Mutewatch's new office space. We have one and a half weeks to do everything so there's not much time to sit down by the internet, but we'll try and keep you updated on the progress!
Mixing paint for the bar at Agora which we are making this weekend.
The book ‘Going Public’ is now out on Gestalten, and we are super excited to have two projects featured in it!
‘Going Public, now available from Gestalten, showcases the creative revival of public space in our urban and rural landscapes.
Ranging from bold to subtle and from temporary to permanent, the architecture and urban design featured in Going Public offers inspiring and surprising interpretations of our public surroundings and natural landscapes.’
Preparing for meeting at Agora