We're absolutely delighted that three of our projects have been selected to feature in this year's Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, all answering the curator's theme of Sustainability.
Our architect Adriana Bravo's beautiful drawing of our design for a subterranean school has been selected alongside its accompanying model (pictured) as well as an interactive architectural model of our director Heinz Richardson's sustainable House 19 made in-house by our modelmaker Luka Rocyn. The third of our works featured is a collage of restorative drawings of our Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery project, submitted alongside our collaborators at Julian Harrap Architects.
Following last year's 250th edition, 1,583 works have made it into the 2019 Summer Exhibition this year, making it the biggest Summer Exhibition this millennium. The exhibition opens on the 10th of June and is on until the 12th of August. One for your busy summer calendars- be sure not to miss it! Book tickets here.