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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 [...]


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 [...]


WAG’s Fenn St shortlisted for BD/100% Detail Cool Wall contest

September 2007

WAG’s soon to start on site pre fabricated eco house has been shortlisted for the BD/100% Detail Cool Wall contest, which will be decided on Sunday between 3.30-4.30pm at the 100% Detail show at London’s Earls Court. See Building Design for more details. You can vote for us here….!


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:
http://www.bdonline.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=528&storycode=3066225

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 [...]


Computer Skills-BA Architecture Yr 1-University of Westminster

January 2007

Here is a collection of briefs handed out to first year students as a part of their ‘computer skills’ module.
They form an introduction to design computing, working with various software and learning to communicate their ideas and inform their designs.


Digital Representation 06/07 – University of Westminster

January 2007

A collection of briefs handed out to first year diploma in architecture students for their Digital Representation module.
The theme this year was EVENT AND INTERFACE
Introduction:
In this group we will deal with issues raised by technology in architecture. Transformation of our everyday life through information technology and electronic interfaces. Their relationship to architecture and spatial opportunities [...]


Experimental concrete workshops for the Concrete Centre

October 2006

In October 2005 WAG and bureaubakker ran experimental concrete workshops at the University of Westminster and the University of Greenwich, in collaboration with the Concrete Centre. Some students explored using CADCAM production processes to produce formwork. Others simulated with analogue techniques.


The Polytechnic

July 2006

WAG were founder members of the research group ‘The Polytechnic’, based largely though not exclusively within the architecture school at the University of Westminster. The group has recently started a weblog at www.thepolytechnic.org


Interspace Installation Concept

June 2003

Year: 2003
WAG personnel: architects and technologists
Project description: Speculative concept for immersive 3D TV and virtual teleportation environment
Estimated contract sum: £20,000 – £1 million
Publication: Medium Architecture – Bauhaus Weimar University

InterSpace – a proposal for a communicative prosthetic space
WaG Architecture
Technological development [...]


Greer Gallery

June 2002

Greer Gallery, London
Year: 2002
Project description: retail interior
Contract sum: £25,000
WAG: architects/ project managers
This project was shortlistsed for the AJ small projects award 2003, and published in ‘London Architecture’, edited by Samantha Hardingham.
WAG were asked to produce a retail and work environment for bag and accessory designer Sally Greer. Working within a very tight space, the [...]

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