Urban Projects Bureau teach an international urban design workshop in Recife, Brazil.
Edited by Mel Dodd, and published by Routledge, the book explores ‘spatial practices’ - a loose and expandable set of approaches that embrace the political and the activist, the performative and the curatorial, the architectural and the urban.
Created as part of London’s first ever Light Night and situated within the centre of Canning Town’s rapidly changing town centre beneath the A13 flyover, ‘Glow House’ provides an informal discussion space for residents and visitors to record their own personal experiences and memories of Canning Town.
Clients: The Brick Box, Newham Council, Arts Council England and Bouygues Group
The Brick Box and UPB were appointed by Wandsworth Arts Festival to provide a dynamic interface for recording people’s impressions, ideas and responses to the arts festival, and to collect and represent key social and statistical data about the events.
Client: Wandsworth Arts Festival
Urban Projects Bureau are working to provide a series of public engagement events for the Thames River Path in Nine Elms.
Clients: The Brick Box, Churchman Thornhill Finch Landscape Architects and Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership