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Minimalist Home for Egg Boutique Owner / Jonathan Tuckey Design

09:00 - 28 August, 2017
Minimalist Home for Egg Boutique Owner / Jonathan Tuckey Design, © James Brittain
© James Brittain

© James Brittain © James Brittain © Dirk Linder © Dirk Linder + 24

Building on the Built: the Work of Jonathan Tuckey Design

04:00 - 12 May, 2016
Building on the Built: the Work of Jonathan Tuckey Design, Exhibition. Image © James Brittain
Exhibition. Image © James Brittain

In Granary Square, located in London’s King’s Cross, there is a fragment of the poem Brill by Aidan Dunn set into the ground, which reads: “King’s Cross, dense with angels and histories. There are cities beneath your pavements, cities behind your skies.” Anchored by the converted granary building and a rejuvenated stretch of canal, Argent’s ongoing King’s Cross development is an appropriate setting for Building on the Built, an exhibition which presents the work of London-based practice Jonathan Tuckey Design.

Building on the Built - Talks to Coincide with an Exhibition of Work by Jonathan Tuckey Design

16:57 - 13 April, 2016
Building on the Built - Talks to Coincide with an Exhibition of Work by Jonathan Tuckey Design

A series of talks focused on the theme of ‘Building on the Built' hosted by Jonathan Tuckey Design and which the studio hopes may start an on-going conversation about the opportunities and problematics of architectural interventions within existing structures.

The Archive Studio / Jonathan Tuckey Design

15:00 - 7 December, 2015
The Archive Studio / Jonathan Tuckey Design, © DirkL indner
© DirkL indner

© DirkL indner © DirkL indner © DirkL indner © DirkL indner + 20

Installation at London's Southbank Centre Opens Archive to the Public

04:00 - 28 October, 2015
Installation at London's Southbank Centre Opens Archive to the Public, © Dirk Lindner
© Dirk Lindner

The Southbank Centre—a large complex of Grade One listed, Modernist cultural venues on the banks of the River Thames—are poised to refurbish three of their most loved spaces: the Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Purcell Room and the Hayward Gallery. As part of this transformation, London-based practice Jonathan Tuckey Design (JTD) have been commissioned to create a new 'Archive Studio' set within the foyer of the Royal Festival Hall, all part and parcel of the Southbank Centre’s desire to open up access to their collections and archives. JTD's free-standing, self-supporting structure is "an open framework which makes the scale the archival process apparent to visitors, held together by polished brass nuts and bolts and clad in perforated hardboard."

Jonathan Tuckey Design Create Residential Interiors for Post-Industrial Gasholders

04:00 - 21 September, 2015
Jonathan Tuckey Design Create Residential Interiors for Post-Industrial Gasholders, Interior sketch. Image © Jonathan Tuckey Design
Interior sketch. Image © Jonathan Tuckey Design

London-based British practice Jonathan Tuckey Design (JTD) have created a series of residential interiors for the 'Gasholder Triplets' in London's formerly industrial King's Cross district. 145 individual apartments have been designed inside these mid-nineteenth century structures, within which Wilkinson Eyre Architects have created the "architectural insertions" (the buildings themselves).