We worked over a number of months with Westfield to produce the Music Cube. A soundproof glass cube designed as a stage where the audience experiences live music through wireless headphones. From prototyping through to completion the cube was fabricated and tested in our workshop and then appeared at both Westfield locations in London in October. Enormous glass panels were fixed into aluminium frames with the use of a glass lifting robot! The result was an immersive experience for both artist and audience. A reusable structure, the cube is now in storage until next time!
Working with Root for Cartoon Network we produced a trade stand in Kensington Olympia for the Brand Licensing show. Components for the huge amount of cubes were cut on our CNC machine and then laminated, with graphics depicting cartoon characters applied later on site. These blocks allowed for speedy building of the walls and rooms on site and the lamination process ensured a high quality finish and meant that no finishing had to be done on site during the 2 day installation. We also used integrated cube shaped LED screens to animate some of the cubes, bringing the stand to life.
We worked with Studio Weave to build the ‘Smith’ Pavilion in St. John’s Square for Clerkenwell Design Week 2014. Using fibre cement panels supplied by Equitone our team erected the structure over 5 days ready for the 3 day festival. Intricate illustrations celebrating crafts and ‘smiths’ were created by using the coloured boards as inlay.