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FCBStudios’ latest exhibition, Architecture For A Changing World: Rethinking The Future explores key themes within architecture and beyond questioning how the industry can contribute to a fairer society, without contributing to further climate change and biodiversity crises.

The exhibition is an interactive and immersive installation within the FCBStudios’ London Studio. It is arranged around five themes which collectively form a broader agenda of the issues that we need to focus on to face the challenges of today and in building a world that is fit for the future.

Through film, audio installations, drawings, photos, text and material samples, the exhibition features a range of voices from within the practice and beyond. It uses these as a framework to explore our thoughts and research and hear from those we work with. Reaching across sectors and specialisms, it brings together points of view that outline and respond to some of our questions.

A multi-sensory landscape of concepts, new ideas, calls to action and case studies, are mostly presently on large sheets of looped tracing paper which hang on a custom-made timber frame which includes enclosed circles and tunnels. Made from materials which embrace the circular economy – repurposed timber from Fallen & Felled and shelving and tabletops from Smile Plastics, with connecting nodes 3D printed with recycled filament, the form and structure of the physical piece has been designed for disassembly and reconfiguration ensuring a life beyond this exhibition.

Architecture For A Changing World – Rethinking The Future
Image: FCBStudios

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Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

About Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is a progressive and ethical architectural practice. We design with empathy for the human condition, with science for sustainable outcomes, and with art for crafting beautiful places. Our work is consistently recognised in major industry awards, including 60 RIBA awards, and the prestigious RIBA Stirling Prize for Accordia, a scheme widely regarded as setting a new benchmark for housing in the UK. With over 40 years of practice, we now have four offices around the UK. We remain committed to the social and cultural values which underpin our design approach.
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