The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture

The Return of the Past: Postmodernism in British Architecture

This exhibition explores the early ‘radical moment’ of postmodern British architecture, focusing on works by key protagonists like Terry Farrell, Piers Gough, Jeremy Dixon, John Outram and James Stirling/Michael Wilford, and their buildings such as MI6, China Wharf in Bermondsey, and No. 1 Poultry in the City. Fragments of actual buildings, drawings, models and images will all be on show.

 

Designing for Wellness and Wonder

Designing for Wellness and Wonder

Can a well-designed interior make for a better you?

We are proud to launch our pop-up programme of events and exhibitions “Sto Werkstatt presents…” with an evening discussion that will unpick how design contributes to your mental and corporeal well-being.

A master in the composition of sensuous materials, colour and form, rising Danish talent David Thulstrup will be joined by Ellie Stathaki (Architecture Editor, Wallpaper*) to reflect on Studio David Thulstrup’s recent contribution to the Wallpaper* Handmade exhibition ‘Wellness & Wonder’ ( Salone del Mobile, Milan ,17-21 April 2018).

Sto had the pleasure to collaborate with Studio David Thulstrup for the exhibition, exploring new possibilities of our StoSilent acoustic’s range which resulted in an elegantly poised paravent screen, designed not only to provide guests with a nook to rest in but also to ease the cacophony of Milan’s buzzing design hungry crowds.

Taking the Milan exhibition as their starting point, ‘Designing for Wellness and Wonder’ will explore David Thulstrup’s notable projects including VIPP hotels, Noma 2.0 Restaurant, and TABLEAU; Each project exemplifying how the sensual qualities of materials and design of space may contribute to a sense of comfort and livability.

Dulwich Pavilion 2019: The Shortlist

Dulwich Pavilion 2019: The Shortlist

Come and have your say on the six shortlisted designs for the 2019 Dulwich Pavilion.

Models and visualisations of the proposed designs by young and emerging architects will be on display in the Gallery’s glass walkway throughout this year’s London Festival of Architecture, and you will have the opportunity to vote for your favourite. The community vote will be combined with the judging panel’s votes to select the winning design.

Architects will be tasked with exploring how the 2019 Pavilion might act as a welcome space to set the tone for visitors arriving at the Gallery.