July 2024

‘Under Construction’ looks at more than a decade of ambitious live-build projects led by architect Takeshi Hayatsu, working with an evolving cohort of participants and community partners (121 Collective, Community Brain, Citizen Zoo, Dorich House Museum) and delivered with Kingston University’s architecture students.

Opening on 14 September 2024 at Stanley Picker Gallery.

June 2024

We designed the exhibition scenography for the most comprehensive UK exhibition to date about modern art in Ukraine.

The show opens to public on 29 June until 13 October 2024.

May 2024

Cold Food Store at Farmers Arms won Architects Journal’s annual small projects award.

April 2024

Takeshi is one of the speakers at Architecture on Stage: Habitats on 24th April at Barbican Centre. The event is organised by Architecture Foundation.

April 2024

Public lecture ‘Material Anthropologyon zoom at University of Melbourne on 9th November 2023. You can book here.

March 2024

We designed the exhibition scenography in collaboration with the graphic design studio Stinsensqueeze and the clay artist Lyson Marchessault for the forthcoming exhibition ‘Art Without Heroes: Mingei’ at William Morris Gallery.

December 2023

Art without Heroes: Mingei opens at William Morris Gallery on 23 March 2024.

October 2023

Making Friends – Takeshi Hayatsu in conversation with Hikaru Nissanke at OMMX is featured in the Swiss published magazine Superposition.

September 2023

Hana Mikoshi installation at Victoria & Albert Museum in South Kensington opened this month as part of London Design Festival 2023.

August 2023

We are thrilled to be selected in the new framework for the architects panel across Landsec’s retail and hospitality portfolio, which was set to support emerging talent in placemaking.

July 2023

We won the public realm design competition ‘A Gateway to New Malden’ organised by London Festival of Architecture and Kingston Council. It is a collaboration with the young local design and make practice 121 collective, and the emerging landscape designers Hortus Collective. Super excited to start working with the local community and the council to transform the existing roundabout and pocket park.

July 2023

We have moved our office to Stephen Taylor Architects space with a sunny garden at 23-29 De Beauvoir Rd, N1 5SF.