An informal eveningt ot talk about the general concept of the
Triemli and public works'
contributions which include the design of the mobile station,
the website and a temporary on-site workshop project.
Together with the curatorial team, Karin Frei Bernasconi, Sabine
Schasch and Barnaby Drabble.
public works will contribute to the Temporary Urbanism Symposium
organised by the MA in Urban Design (MAUD) of Sheffield University.
The public session is open and free so please join us if you are in
23rd November 2010
Seminar Room 3
Speakers - Public Session
Irena Bauman, Bauman Lyons Architects - Leeds
Mary Clear / Pam Warhurst,
Incredible Edible - Todmorden
Lin Skaufel, Jan Gehl Architects - Copenhagen
Doina Petrescu, atelier d'architecture autogérée -
Andreas Lang, Public Works - London
Julia Udall, Portland Works - Sheffield
Some images of the seed bomb walk to plant wild flower seeds
along Sunflower Avenue on a sunny Sunday morning in Hackney
Join us for a walk along Sunflower Avenue and help us
plant wild flowers along the way using our specially made Hackney
Wick Seed bombs.
Sunflower Avenue connects MaBley Green to Victoria Park cutting
straight through the heart of Hackney Wick. It is a Local
Initiative by Lea Bank
Square Purple Garden to establish a planted connection between
the two local parks
The walk will take approximately 1 hour and will finish with a
nice cup of tea at Lea Bank Square Purple garden
SUNDAY, 7th NOVEMBER 2010
STARTING AT 11AM
ON MABLEY GREEN
IN HACKNEY WICK, E9
A collaborative project between LBS Purple Garden, Abbey Gardens
and public works as part of the Wick Curiosity shop.
We will be contributing to a discussion hosted by Can Altay at
The theme for the evening is Partnership and Transformation and
takes place as part of Can's CHURCH STREET PARTNERS' GAZETTE
project. Join us this Thursday the 4th at 6.30pm at the Showroom.
Can Altay's CHURCH STREET PARTNERS GAZETTE continues with a
discussion about Partnership and Transformation
involving Jeremy Till (University of Westminster), Andreas Lang
(public works), Edward Quigley (Church Street Neighbourhood
Management) and Hugo Nowell (Urban Initiatives), moderated by Can
How to imagine forms of partnership beyond the limited economic
and legal sense of holding a share in power and responsibility?
This event will discuss rights to space beyond the community of
the settled, looking at forms of partnership that take into account
the fleeting, the student, the temporary laborer, as well as other
living and non-living partners.
The CHURCH STREET PARTNERS GAZETTE enters this scene as a
partner itself, discussing whether it can intervene/contribute to
the processes, and perhaps play a role in commenting on the power
relations via questioning the meaning of 'partnership'.
In an attempt to look closer to the area in which The Showroom
is located, and where the production of the Gazette takes place,
this event will also focus on actual transformations and future
promises/threats in the area. What are the viewpoints of actors
involved and subjected to these changes? And how does it affect its
partners? What are the common problems and mistakes in such
processes, and is Church Street doing anything to avoid them?
For further information please contact Kate Stancliffe: firstname.lastname@example.org
63 Penfold Street
London NW8 8PQ
+44 (0)20 7724 4300