Category Archives: Spatial Design

Barnes Street House Extension

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Barnes Street House Extension

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Clapton Flat Refurbishment

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Clapton Flat Refurbishment

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Studio SYN wins the Designing the Urban Commons competition!

Rainbow of desires “Rainbow of desires” is a set of small pavilions installed in the open spaces of the Rhodes estate in Dalston. During a period of three months the pavilions are doubling as performative devices and workshop spaces based

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Studio SYN wins the Designing the Urban Commons competition!

Rainbow of desires “Rainbow of desires” is a set of small pavilions installed in the open spaces of the Rhodes estate in Dalston. During a period of three months the pavilions are doubling as performative devices and workshop spaces based

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LCMF, London Contemporary Music Festival fit-out

LCMF, “the capital’s most adventurous and ambitious festival of new music” as named by The Guardian, took over a former carpet factory just off Brick Lane between March and May 2014 to offer two weeks of music, art and performance.

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LCMF, London Contemporary Music Festival fit-out

LCMF, “the capital’s most adventurous and ambitious festival of new music” as named by The Guardian, took over a former carpet factory just off Brick Lane between March and May 2014 to offer two weeks of music, art and performance.

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WHITE HOUSE REDUX // A Reminder for the Elected and the Unelected

The White House is a universally recognised symbol of political authority and a proven – and successful – architectural embodiment of power. We would like to keep it as it is, in the position that it is and in the

WHITE HOUSE REDUX // A Reminder for the Elected and the Unelected

The White House is a universally recognised symbol of political authority and a proven – and successful – architectural embodiment of power. We would like to keep it as it is, in the position that it is and in the