The London Festival of Architecture: Shared Space\

Hawkins\Brown are participating in the London Festival of Architecture 2017 showcasing current and emerging projects in Hackney Wick and Fish Island.

Shared Space is a month long open air exhibition within the heart of Hackney Wick. Pick up a printed map from the White Post Café and take a walk around the area to explore projects from Hawkins\Brown as well as other architects including Ash Sakula, dRMM, Haworth Tompkins, Mikhail Riches and pH+ Architects alongside information from key thinkers and makers.

With a focus on ‘People, Place and Policy’ it is a collaborative project that celebrates shared spaces within the locale. Following a gallery map, using the now ubiquitous language of the planning notice, a series of posters will track the flexible living and working spaces that are, and yet to be.

Shared Spaces has been kindly organised by pH+ architects and runs throughout June as part of the London Festival of Architecture.

For more information on the event, click here.

Monday 5 June - Friday 30 June 2017
09:00 - 23:00
Schwartz Wharf (Building 4)
92 White Post Lane
United Kingdom
E9 5EN

Booking not required.

The Launch Event

The launch event was an afternoon/evening social on the 5 June at The White Post Café and acted as an ideas forum for the community, policy makers and developers working and living in Hackney Wick. It explored its success as a creative centre and how this could be implemented successfully within future developments.

Phil Catcheside and Petr Kalab discussed current Hawkins\Brown projects under construction including Monier Road and White Post Lane.

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