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In the eerie setting of a building site awaiting refurbishment, multidisciplinary design and architecture studio Piercy&Company presents a performance of animated models of their buildings and projects – reconnecting our digital and physical worlds through a childlike sense of wonder and delight as their amazing models spring into life.

Resonating with the mysterious allure of miniature objects with lives of their own – think doll’s houses, cuckoo clocks and model railways – Supermodels employs mechanical automata, projection mapping, scent and lighting to create a new, more engaging way of communicating architectural concepts.

Exploring exciting new possibilities for an age-old form of architectural communication, Supermodels distils the studio’s 20 years of research into the sensory and haptic dimensions of architecture. Each model encapsulates the essence of Piercy&Company‘s design approach to building typologies spanning from commercial developments to churches.

The models were handmade by Piercy&Company’s architecture team to explore and test experiential aspects of architecture, including the spatial, the tectonic and the tactile.

Dates

Friday 25 November until Sunday 11 December

Opening Hours

12pm-7pm Monday to Friday

12pm-5pm Saturday and Sunday

or by appointment supermodels@piercyandco.com

Supermodels Exhibition
Image: Piercy&Company

General Info

Admission / Cost FREE

Venue / Location

Jahn Court More Info

Address: Jahn Court, Regent Quarter
34 York Way
London
N1 9AB
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Public Transport King's Cross

Organiser

Piercy&Company

About Piercy&Company is a London-based studio founded in 2002 by architect Stuart Piercy. The interdisciplinary practice comprises 95 architects, designers and researchers with a shared passion for materials, form, technology and craft. The studio works on projects at every scale, from masterplans and large-scale buildings to interiors and objects. No matter the scale or typology, all are fuelled by the ambition to improve the human experience of how projects are made and how they feel.
Instagram @piercyco

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