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Prince Charles ‘can’t keep up with’ dancers on Trinity Buoy Wharf visit

11th June 2011

Prince Charles made a surprise visit to Trinity Buoy Wharf in the Docklands yesterday, meeting some of the students, artists and business people who work on the thriving art site. Read article

Let Smithfield start the urban village revolution

5th April 2011

If you're looking for London's liveliest urban village, it's hard to beat the streets around Smithfield Market, full of cafés, bars, pubs, pie shops and sushi bars. It's come to life, like Covent Garden before it, through natural regeneration. Read article

The Container City Project at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London’s Docklands

1st February 2011

The original Container City I project, is located at Trinity Buoy Wharf, in the heart of London’s Docklands. Completed in 5 months in 2001, Container City I was originally 3 stories high providing 12 work studios across 4,800 sq ft. After high demand a fourth floor was added providing three additional live / work apartments. Read article

The Container City Project at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London’s Docklands

1st February 2011

The original Container City I project, is located at Trinity Buoy Wharf, in the heart of London’s Docklands. Completed in 5 months in 2001, Container City I was originally 3 stories high providing 12 work studios across 4,800 sq ft. After high demand a fourth floor was added providing three additional live / work apartments. Read article

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3rd Ring Out

25th October 2010

The temperature is rising, the Earth is changing and your city is threatened. How will you respond? This is a story in which YOU decide what happens next. Imagining a world in which nature takes revenge on industrial humanity, 3rd Ring Out takes you forward in time to an emergency planning rehearsal set in a range of locations throughout the UK. Read article

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3rd Ring Out

30th June 2010

It's 2033. Climate change is affecting everyday life. In London the Thames flood barrier is inadequate and food shortages and high supermarket prices cause civil unrest. The Olympic park has long been abandoned and the Millennium Dome is a holding centre for climate refugees. In a container on Greenwich observatory hill, 12 of us are trying to save our world. Read article

Electric Hotel

24th June 2010

Electric Hotel is a uniquely designed outdoor spectacle, a fly-by-night hotel brought vividly to life through dance and sound by the team of David Rosenberg. Read article

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Electric Hotel

18th June 2010

Electric Hotel is a piece of total theatre, a beautiful, meditative and eerie exploration of isolation and violence seen through the eyes of voyeurs. Read article

Fun PreFab Gym Built from Containers in Just Three Days!

8th June 2010

The students of the Dunraven School located in South London are enjoying a huge new prefab gym that took only three days to erect! Designed by architecture firm Scabal as the world’s first gym of its kind, the team of designers carefully chose materials that would provide for a fun and bright environment for the school children to enjoy. And best of all, the school reduced overall costs by a third opting to go prefab over a traditional facility built-on-site. But don’t think being budget conscious came at a cost to the overall program — this dynamic eco-friendly design easily provides for twice the engagement. Read article

Electric Hotel

23rd May 2010

As twilight descends, the normal order of things is reversed in David Rosenberg's pop-up modernist hotel on Bristol's harbourside. Blinds are raised, rather than lowered as daylight fades, and private living space is rendered emphatically public as the audience snoops, looking in from outside and listening on individual headsets. Read article