FCBStudios latest exhibition opened last night at Twenty Tottenham Street, London.
The exhibition, Making More of Modernism, showcases three schemes by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios which update, renew and transform important modernist structures into high- functioning, energy-efficient and delightful buildings for the next 50 years.
The ambitious refurbishment of London’s Southbank Centre revitalises the existing buildings to support the Southbank Centre’s mission of hosting world-class art and culture for more people more of the time.
The refurbishment and extension of the Richmond Building for the University of Bristol exemplifies the adaptation of a significant Modern building to form a new and popular centre for University life.
The transformation of a purpose-built 10-storey modernist laboratory tower, at the University of Edinburgh's School of Biological Sciences, to provide state of the art research facilities.
Each scheme provides an invaluable lens through which to explore the environmental, technical and philosophical challenges in Making More of Modernism for the 21st century.
The Making More of Modernism Exhibition is part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017.