We would suggest that the pavilion supports an artist residency programme with each resident creating a project that becomes a part of the garden. With lockable storage and workshop space, we feel the sculpture garden would be ideal for locals to run, and participate in, workshops that could range from architecture and crafts to sculpture, pottery, life drawing and painting.
Ryan Hughes, Architect &
Harringay Warehouse District resident
Clare Richards, ft’works
Aida Esposito, Creative Industries Consultant
Sean McAlister, Sean & Stephen
Katy Marks, Citizens Design Bureau
Stephen Mackie, Sean & Stephen
Jack Wates is an artist, designer and lecturer based at New River Studios. He has a background in architecture and produces multi-sensory scenography projects that are often defined by temporal narratives. His work takes form across a range of disciplines, from installations to public realm art, architectural lighting design, theatre, film and the production of images.
Peter Merrett & Robert Houmølle formed Merrett Houmøller Architects in 2014, bringing with them a broad range of experience in architectural practice, teaching and research. They share an interest in architecture as a response to the specific social and urban context of the project, in creating successful public and communal spaces, and in design as a process of making.