Black Cube, The Dock London, Photo, Architect, Image, Design Installation, Picture
Black Cube, London
LDF exhibition, England, UK : The Dock Installation
14 Oct 2010
Black Cube London
The Dock / Timothy Hatton Architects
THE BLACK CUBE : ARCHITECTURE IN A NEW LIGHT
Architectural practice Timothy Hatton Architects (THA) last week exhibited an unusual exhibition of its models during the London Design Festival, demonstrating why it has developed such a reputation for surprising, light-filled spaces and attention to detail.
The exhibition was based around a series of project study models back-lit in blackened spaces. It won rave reviews with visitors saying it was a ‘delight to enter and walk your exhibition’ and adding that ‘the black box, drama, mystery, intrigue, materiality, colour and light appreciation were all wonderful to behold’.
Tim Hatton, practice founder, described the idea behind the space as: “Heightening focus for the viewer through re-contextualisation while simultaneously presenting ambiguous, enigmatic readings of scale and dimension.”
THA has been producing exhibiting work for some twenty or so years. Clients include Lord Rothschild, David Attenborough, Mick Jagger, Eva Herzigova and Saatchi & Saatchi.
West London Design Destination – Installations, Pop Up Shows and Architecture at The Dock for the London Design Festival
Tom Dixon hosts Global Industry at The Dock, an eclectic collection of international entrepreneurs from around the world, sponsored by Derwent London, 20th-26th September.
For the week of the festival The Dock will host a vibrant mix of on the spot manufacturing and commerce- forming a creative hub for design brands from across the globe. Expect indoor and outdoor installations, exhibitions and pop-up shops in this new West London design destination.
During the Festival, Timothy Hatton Architects will exhibit a selection of design work as part of The Dock’s exhibitions and pop-up shows. Timothy Hatton Architects has a reputation for delivering surprising private homes, galleries and other cultural spaces with clever use of space and, especially, light.
For more information about The Dock, please visit www.tomdixon.net
For more information about Timothy Hatton Architects, please visit www.thal.co.uk
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London Art Galleries – Selection
Tate Modern London
photo © webbaviation
Tate Modern Extension
image © Hayes Davidson and Herzog & de Meuron
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
picture © Timothy Soar
Saatchi Gallery London
Madder Rose Art Gallery
photograph : Christian McDonald
Madder Rose Gallery
176 Prince of Wales Road
Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
photograph © Tim Soar
London Art Gallery
Timothy Taylor Gallery
Eric Parry Architects
image from architects
Timothy Taylor Gallery London
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