Open Studio – Fletcher Priest

Building Identity

Part of who you are is shaped by the buildings you have encountered. From your family home, your school, to the monuments you’ve seen on your travels and perhaps the ones you’ve left behind.

Fletcher Priest Architects invites you to join a tour of our studios and delve deeper into the building of identity. Get involved with our ‘Build-a-City’ project, take a picture of your identity block once you’ve placed in our ‘city’, and share it on social media - #BuildingIdentityFPA.
You can also meet some of the people that make up our team, see beautiful and intricate models of some Fletcher Priest projects, and discover how we help create identity in the buildings we design. Young people and students are particularly welcome to come and ask questions of the team.

Fletcher Priest is a practice of 110 people who come from all over the world. We work at a range of scales – from the detail of interiors to the scale of the city – and the team includes designers, architects, model makers, writers and illustrators. Our light-filled studio occupies the first floor of Middlesex House, a former 1930s garment factory where we’ve been based for 10 years.


Organiser

June 8, 2018

17:00 - 20:00

Admission: FREE

Tickets/Booking: r.martin@fletcherpriest.com



Venue


Middlesex House

FletcherPriest Architects - First Floor Middlesex House 34/42 Cleveland Street London W1T4JE W1T4JE

02070342200

Enter through the left side doors