John McAslan + Partners are holding an event at the William Road Gallery as part of the North London Hub programme for the London Festival of Architecture. Our event exhibits the work of the practice's brightest young architects and highlights the impressive range of design talent John McAslan + Partners continues to attract.
The projects on display are diverse, they include a bold reimagining of baroque structures, a water filtration project in Kathmandu, swimming pools for King's Cross, a test centre for space exploration, a coastal pilgrimage centre and a crematorium in Peckham.
This extraordinary show is a microcosm of the practice's ethos - encouraging everyone to think broadly, to question and challenge, and create imaginative, finely crafted work. Most importantly, this exhibition addresses a fundamental question - how do we, as designers, respond to a constantly changing world and a bewildering range of global issues - social, environment and economic? What is our role, and what are our responsibilities as 21st-century architects?
We will also be showing films produced by Roland Kennedy Hutchinson which showcase some of the practice's projects including King's Cross Station, Goldsmiths College Masterplan and the Burrell Collection.
The event is on the 25th June and will run between 10:00 until 16:00.
If you are interested in attending this exhibition, please book a space using this link - http://bit.ly/20vGQzh.
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