Featuring Squint Opera, Jason Bruges and Baubotanik
Store Street on Monday 13 October follows last month´s amazing threesome with another that will again peer into the territories that are beginning to animate and stretch the architectural scene beyond its boundaries.
SQUINT/OPERA are a combination of visualisers and film-makers who have a carefree and original take on architectural projects, already responsible for the most intriguing of the Olympic 2012 imagery ....and much else.
JASON BRUGES is best known for his responsive lighting programmes for the Milleneum Bridge and his London studio is suddenly in demand worldwide for projects that are in the exciting territory between robotics and illumination.
Then, from Stuttgart: BAUBOTANIC make architecture directly out of growing trees: a hit with the Venice Biennale 'Dark Side Club' audience: this will be their first London exposure.
As usual, Sir Peter Cook will invite provocative visuals from each of them and then get them to talk about themselves.
For Squint Opera: Alice Scott and Julius Cocke, Jason Bruges for himself and Hannes Schwertfeger and Ferdinand Ludwig for Baubotanik.
Booking is essential. Tickets are£4 and include one drink.
Store Street is supported by DSDHA, Fletcher Priest Architects, HOK, Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Marks Barfield Architects, Michael Gallie & Partners, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Stanton Williams and Wilkinson Eyre.