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HIGHGATE BOWL

The project aims to explore the possibilities of this forgotten piece of the city, and how it could be rediscovered and re-appropriated by introducing a series of small scale interventions. The language of the existing horticultural glasshouse mainly the frame and panel construction informed the approach for the interior. Translated from a industrial modulation into a more refined plywood skin, it forms a series of furniture pieces or rooms which are intended for the display of exhibits but also to line and structure the visitors experience. The team consisting of architects, structural engineers, landscape architects, artists, artisans and craftsmen have combined to make this project. This interdisciplinary approach was pivotal for creation the pavilion and gardens.

Location: Highgate, London
Status: Complete
Budget: Confidential

Published on:
Aucoot Design
Architizer
Archdaily
Architecture Today
Dezeen
Divisare
Domus
Gardenista
Ham & High Property
Hinge Magazine
Iarch
Leibal
Monocle
Open House
Saudade Arquitetura
Pendulum magazine
The Modern House
XXI

Collaborators:
Del Buono Gazerwitz Landscape Architecture
Forbes Massie
London Festival of Architecture
The Modern House
Open House
Omved Gardens
Simone Bossi
Structure Workshop
The White Wall Company