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László Moholy-Nagy at The Isokon Gallery

The Isokon building in Hampstead has been home to many creative people: Agatha Christie, Nicholas Monsarrat, Adrian Stokes and, of course, leading lights in the Bauhaus movement, three of whom, Marcel Breuer, Walter Gropius and László Moholy-Nagy are to be honoured with a Blue Plaque, courtesy of English heritage. There is no better time to …

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Tobias Rehberger Creates New Interactive Light Work at Gasholders Kings’ Cross

SEEN is very keen to see the major new interactive light work by the internationally acclaimed German sculptor, Tobias Rehberger. The work entitled Almost Everybody is installed in the atrium of Gasholders London, the residential jewel in the crown of King’s Cross’ historic, canalside location, developed by King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership (KCCLP). Gasholders London, …

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One Pear Place, Waterloo

Studio Kyson has completed ‘One Pear Place’, an iconic new mixed use building in the heart of Waterloo, juxtaposed between the Old Vic Theatre and the Old Fire Station, SEEN reckons it will soon become a local landmark serving as a key node within the wider regeneration of Waterloo and Lower Marsh.

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The Perfection of Perf: Bringing Light to London

SEEN often wonders what visitors from much sunnier climes than ours make of the way we use light in our homes. So it was with great interest that we learned of the Perf House by AMA, the design of which was driven by clients whose brief was to bring some of the light quality and openness of their native Sardinia to central London.

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Visit Mies Van Der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion

You can now tour the Barcelona Pavilion any time you want. CL3VER Studio has worked with Mies van Der Rohe’s Foundation to create an interactive virtual tour of this icon of modern architecture. Van Der Rohe’s revolutionary approach to the new architecture of transparency and organicism, which was in vogue in the early 1920s, culminates in this masterwork made of glass, steel and stone precisely shaped to embody structure and space.