Working Architecture Group (WAG)

Founded as a practice in 2001 and based near Spitalfields Market in London, WAG is an architectural design practice and spatial ideas consultancy. Our portfolio ranges from bespoke furniture to urban planning, and includes domestic, retail, leisure, workplace and exhibition projects.


Published architectural work and reviews

‘Ephemeral Architecture in Athens’ included in ‘BartlettWorks’ (2003), edited by Rachael Stephenson‘Greer Gallery’ included in ‘London Architecture Guide’ (2002), edited by Samantha Hardingham‘Greer Gallery’ included in Architects’ Journal Small Projects Award 2003 (see http://www.ajplus.co.uk/smallprojects/)‘The Refractory’

reviewed in 24hourmuseum.org.uk


Exhibitions

WaG Architecture – exhibited work

WaG have recently had their work exhibited at:RIBA, Portland Place, LondonCube Gallery, ManchesterBuilding Design Centre, London


Other Published Texts

Journal of Architecture Summer 2001: Jon Goodbun Guest Editor (with David Cunningham, Karin Jaschke)Jon Goodbun, ‘Brand New Tafuri – some notes on the imaging of spatial demands’‘Introduction’

(Jon Goodbun with David Cunningham, Karin Jaschke)Architecture and the Rain – David Greene in conversation with Jon Goodbun and David Cunningham, Architects’ Journal 18.04.02 Computation Matter – Review of RIBA Future Studies Conference (Jon Goodbun)

Radical Philosophy 114 July/August 2002 (Jon Goodbun with David Cunningham), Time for Space – Review of books by David Harvey and Stuart Elde

Jon Goodbun, ‘Public/Private Pedestrianship’, in ‘Stripping Las Vegas’ (2003), Edited by Karin Jaschke and Silke Oelske

Jon Goodbun, ‘On the Romanticism of immersive technological environments’, in ‘Medium Architecture’ (Thesis Journal 2003)

WaG Architecture, ‘Interspace – a proposal for a prosthetic communicative environment’, in ‘Medium Architecture’ (Thesis Journal 2003)

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