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Architectural Ceramics

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Ceramic architectural models for award winning Metropolitan Architects. Scale visualization of their design for a scheme of glazed buildings in Poole, Dorset. Shown at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Also glaze consultancy for new affordable housing project in Wandsworth, London for Pocket Living. A green glazed tower providing 65 affordable homes.
‘Is the role of crafts in architecture changing?’ published in People Make Places Make People 12 Years Metropolitan Workshop

Pricing

£650 — £1500

Keywords

architectural models, ceramic models, metropolitan works architects

Disciplines

Ceramics, Pottery

Materials

Ceramics
People Make Places Make People
Photographer: Loraine Rutt
Publication to celebrate 12 anniversary of Award Winning Metropolitan Workshop, featuring ceramic models, collaborative glaze development for cladding affordable housing development and answer to the question 'Is the role of art and crafts in the built environment changing?'
People Make Places - Title Page featuring ceramic architectural model
Photographer: Taran Wilku
'Ideas fuel design. The main source of those ideas are the people we work with. You'll meet some of them in this book. The richness of their ideas and their influence on our design is where the utility, delight and longevity of our projects is generated.' - Metropolitan Workshop
Mapleton Crescent, Wandsworth
Photographer: Metropolitan Workshop
Pocket Living development, creating 65 affordable homes. Neil Deely used the term 'Fuzzy Edged Collaborations' to describe the consultation and studio ceramics development that led to the colour choice and richness of the green glaze cladding for this unique building.
Is the role of arts and crafts in the built evironment changing?
Photographer: Metropolitan Workshop
...'That's what Metropolitan Workshop are getting right at Pocket Living's tall building in Wandsworth. I was honoured they asked me to help them work with the German cladding manufacturer (NBK) to see if he could replicate what could be achieved in the studio on the cladding panels for the building to add life to the surface, achieve some subtle variations.'

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