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Open Tables Now Live @ Tent London 2008

September 2008

We are pleased to announce that our winning Workspace Group Urbantine project is now on display at this years Tent London.
Taking place in the capital’s most exciting venue, the Truman Brewery, a vast reclaimed industrial site in Brick Lane, Tent London is the most comprehensive and diverse design event of the year, showing art and [...]

Open Tables “Call For Feeds”

September 2008

To mark the launch of the Open Tables website, and the forthcoming opening of the first physical installation of Open Tables as the Workspace Group ( Urbantine installation at the Tent London ( design event, we are pleased to announce that the web-app element ( of Open Tables is now complete, we are issuing a [...]

Architecture of Media, Nous Gallery, London – Launch and discussion September 11th, 7-10pm

September 2008

WAG are lead contributors to the ‘Architecture of Media’ exhibition at the Nous Gallery, at 100 Gifford Street, Kings Cross, London, N1 0DF. The work will be on display from September 11th to October 2nd 2008.
The exhibition documents WAG’s winning scheme for the Workspace Group Urbantine Project®Tent competition, and the runners-up schemes
The exhibition is launching [...]

Open Tables for Tent London 2008

August 2008

We have been hard at work preparing our Open Tables winning entry (Workspace Group Urbantine Project) for Tent London this year. The show goes on for 3 days, 18-21st September, and Open Tables is evolving fast into a truly exciting project. There is only about 7 weeks left and there is a lot to plan/develop/build.
If [...]

Open Tables Ecology by WAG

July 2008

WAG’s Open Tables Ecology has just been announced as the winning project in this year’s Workspace Group Urbantine Project. The design will be constructed and displayed at Tent London during the London Design Festival this September.

Open Tables Ecology is a study in contemporary interaction theory, or Ubiquitous Computing.
Ubiquitous Computing is based upon using the particularities [...]

WAG’s Social Ecologies scheme Commended – Europan 9: Milton Keynes

January 2008

We are very pleased to report that our “Social Ecologies” proposal for Milton Keynes site in Europan 9 Competition has received a commendation.
Jury’s report:
The project explored social structures and an approach to tenure rather than architecture or built form. Housing is grouped in small courts with shared community gardens and clustered communal resources. The jury [...]

Birnbeck Island Competition

December 2007

Year: 2007
WAG: Architects
Project Description: Ideas competition for development of a derelict but listed island resort and bridge/pier for UrbanSplash.
Estimated contract sum: N/A
Our latest competition submission for this exciting new project. Unfortunately, WAG was not shortlisted to procure project further. To see other entries/winner please visit RIBA competitions office.

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Site Analysis:
Weston-Super-Mare operates efficiently [...]

WAG lecture at Spatial Interface review in BD

March 2007

I have just come across this first class review of the Spatial Interface conference from last April:

The project that David Littlefield refers to is the Interspace proposal, which has been published in one form in Medium Architecture (Bauhaus University Weimar Press). Filip Visjnic has recently been relooking at the project and WAG are planning to [...]

Spatial Interface exhibition, and the InterSpace installation proposal

October 2006

As part of my involvement in organising a book and exhibition proposal (with Nic Clear, Murray Fraser and others), for the PODnet Spatial Interface project (which started as a conference at the University of Westminster, co-organised by the Polytechnic group at Westminster, the AVATAR group at the Bartlett, UCL, and SIAL at RMIT, Melbourne), WAG [...]

Prince Albert Court, St John’s Wood, London

August 2006

WAG have recently received planning permission for this 9th floor extension and the development of a roof terrace with extraordinary views over Regents Park and the whole of London.The extension forms part of a bigger project of remodeling the entire maisonette apartment in a 1960’s purpose built residential block.We are working with Russell Sage [...]

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