New British Architecture: Houses for the Future1 April 1994 - 28 February 1995
Promoting the work of emerging architects has always been central to the AF’s mission. This exhibition showcased current projects by twelve young, international but British–trained practices. In addition, each practice was commissioned to design a house for the future.
Their schemes ranged from floating social–housing on the River Thames by de Rijke Marsh Morgan to a bubble house by Ushida Findlay for the Tokyo Suburbs, and Sauerbruch Hutton’s Photonics Centre in Berlin.
Exhibited practices included:
de Rijke Marsh Morgan
Alex de Ruce
Caruso St John Architects
Maccreanor Lavington Architects
Matthew Lloyd Architects
Simon Conder Associates
Spencer Fung Architects
The exhibition toured subsequently to Plymouth, Bordeaux, Berlin and Birmingham.
April-May 1994, AF Gallery, 30 Bury Street, London SW1Y 6AU
September-October 1994, Plymouth, UK.
October-November 1994, Berlin, Germany.
December 1994-January 1995, Bordeaux, France.
January-February 1995, Birmingham, UK.