Sitting on Londons Clay, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Local Collective, 2020.
|:||The bench in its context with passers-by. Sitting on Londons Clay, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Local Collective, 2020.|
|:||Brighton & Hove|
|:||Sitting on Londons Clay|
|:||Sitting on Londons Clay, London, United Kingdom. Architect: Local Collective, 2020.|
|:||Culture And Entertainment|
|:||Local Collective’s seating uses London’s clay – completed as part of London Festival of Architecture 2020 at London Bridge train station; a natural material found beneath Londoner’s feet – to offer a social furniture that is breathable and sustainable. The bench’s modular system offers different compositions tailored to different social needs, whilst the materiality of clay improves indoor air quality by absorbing humidity and toxins. More importantly, this is an installation about climate change: to re-think and rationalise centuries-old construction principles and natural materials into sustainable, contemporary building techniques.|
|:||Sitting on Londons Clay; architecture; culture; entertainment; Art Installation; Europe; United Kingdom; London; Tooley Street; SE1; 2020; 21st Century; Local Collective; 4 people; incidental people; Copy space; general view; day; interior; bench; furniture; installation; wood; clay; mixed media; earth; layers; strata; London Bridge; train station; infrastructure; art; Grimshaw; environmentally friendly; sustainability; modular; Network Rail; London Festival of Architecture; Covid times; pandemic; urban space; public space; transportation hub; commuter hub; public transport; foyer; context; relax; sit down; clay bench; glazing; street view; passerby; adult|