The exhibition at the WORK gallery in Kings Cross between 1-30 June 2017 will celebrate the work of architect Simon Conder over the last twenty years. The exhibition coincides with the publication of the second monograph on Simon’s work, Simon Conder : Small Works by Artifice books on architecture. After London the exhibition will go to Glasgow and then travel internationally.
Simon’s work is about many things, but paramount is the desire to make things well, and to respond genuinely to the particular requirements of the client, the site and the budget. Many of his best projects have been created on very low budgets. Although always a very small studio, averaging three to four people, Simon Conder Associates have already won forty Architecture and Design Awards, including twice winning the RIBA Stephen Lawrence Award for the best building costing less than one million pounds in Britain and twice being shortlisted for the biennial Mies van der Rohe Award for the best building in Europe.
This exhibition is part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017
10.30 a.m. — 5.30 p.m. Monday to Saturday
10A Acton Street