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June 2014

Clerkenwell Design Week

A three day performance piece bringing together graphic artist Luke Embden and architects Paul Archer Design at the practice studio on Farringdon Road. East London based graphic artist Luke Embden will make a graphic installation directly onto the glass shopfront, visualising the practice's vision for the transformation of the railway cut of Farringdon Station into a new public square serving the community of Clerkenwell.

The installation will be created over the course of three days, from 12pm to 5pm, culminating with an informal Q+A with the artist and architects on the final evening.

Come and visit the window, see the artist at work and watch an architectural vision evolve.

Read more about the Farringdon Cuttings vision under Projects or view a quick video on Vimeo

Images: ©Loredana Denicola & Linda Stewart

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