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Open Studios (South): Home from Home

18 June - 21 June
Organized by: Collective Architecture
POP Brixton
31 Brixton Station Road

RIBA london Open Studios: South 


Collective Architecture present ‘Home from Home’ in their temporary studio space as part of the RIBA London Open Studios. During the weekend of 18th - 21st June Collective Architecture will be hosting three events concurrently within their temporary studio space at Pop Brixton. Events have been programmed to actively encourage participation from the local community and wider architecture community alike. 



Exhibtion: 10.00-18.00 Thursday-Saturday, 10.00-12.00 Sunday


Free entry


Home from Home

A small exhibition of drawings, models and photographs highlighting the practices current work in progress. The exhibition will have a particular focus on residential and community projects and will demonstrate how the approach taken on these projects contributes to the wider work in progress within these specific regeneration neighbourhoods. 



Student Workshops: 10.00-14.00


Collective Architecture staff members who are currently members of the teaching staff at both the Glasgow School of Art and Strathclyde Department of Architecture will be available to meet students and discuss preparation of their CV’s and portfolio designs.


Sessions are by appointment only and can be arranged by contacting info@collectivearchitecture.co.uk

using the subject line LFA Student Workshop. 



Market Place: 14.00-18.00, Free entry


Local community members, school children and Brixton market traders will be invited to our ‘Market Place’ to participate in an exchange of items which to them represent Home. The definition of ‘item‘ is to be determined by individual traders, it could be a physical object, a photograph, a piece of text or sound, or even food.


Market Place will be a work in progress throughout the festival weekend and as items are traded the transaction will be recorded. Photographs will document details of the items, the trader and what the items represent. When the market place closes the items traded and information recorded will be presented in a small booklet which will include a narrative on the meaning of Home to the individual. Themes may include home & culture, home & memory or home & worth.