The Boundary Space Christmas Party

As I settle into the first working day of 2015, I find myself thinking over the festivities of  December. Last month saw the annual Boundary Space Christmas party , which was positively marathonic for 2014! Beginning with lunchtime drinks and nibbles at the studio, we made our way to the Sir John Soanes Museum for [...]

Review: Picasso Museum Paris

I recently visited the Picasso Museum in Paris which has just re-opened after a problematic and controversial 5 year renovation.  After so long a wait, the museum opening is the highlight of the 2014 French cultural calendar. It finally opened on 25th October to mark Picasso’s birthday. Marred by controversy and delays the renovation was [...]

Where Architecture and Photography Collide: ‘Constructing Worlds’ at the Barbican, London

The Foreward to the accompanying catalogue for the Barbican‘s exhibition Constructing Worlds: Photography and Architecture in the Modern World states that architecture is “the most significant, undeniable and often monumental and enduring trace of our presence on this planet”. In some ways the exhibition, which admirably demonstrates this statement to be true, can be seen [...]