We are delighted that Invisible Studio collaborators Kate Darby and David Connor have won the 2017 AJ Small Projects Award for their Croft Lodge Studio – and extraordinary creative reuse of a ruin in Herefordshire. Read story HERE
We are delighted to be on the Architects’ Journal Small Projects Awards Shortlist again this year – the 5th time since we won the award for Moonshine in 2006. This time we are on the shortlist for our Longdrop, construced for £0 from scavenged materials. We’re particularly pleased to be on the shortlist with our Studio in the Woods collaborators Gianni Botsford, Kate Darby and David Connor, all of whom have their own projects shortlisted. Kate is also a collaborator in Invisible Studio.
Great to have been invited to propose a project for the Hull as part of the City of Culture celebrations, which is an invited architect/artist collaboration by the RIBA and the British Council. We have collaborated with David Connor – who designed Malcolm McLaren’s seminal shop ‘Sex’ on the Kings Road in the 1970s. Two of his drawings are here, along with ours.